Despite the fact that Android 5.0 is still basically brand new, people are already looking ahead to what’s coming next. Right now that’s Android 5.0.1, which has already seen its factory image posted by Google for several different devices, including the Nexus 5.
Samsung-branded handsets, though, are still waiting for the official update. Thanks ... Read More »
On September 3, Samsung officially introduced the newest Galaxy Note phablet, the Galaxy Note 4 (and the Galaxy Note Edge). While it’s never been a secret that the handset would launch sometime in October, a finalized date hadn’t been circled on the calendar just yet. That has finally changed ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy Note line is my favorite line of smartphones, with top-of-the-line hardware and a huge display. Not only did Samsung manage to start an entirely new subset of smartphones, the company also innovated with the active stylus and managed to keep the device reasonably compact. I enjoy using the Note 3 every day. ... Read More »
We’ve been hearing lots of rumors regarding LG’s next competitor in the phablet market, the G Pro 2. Wednesday night LG made the official announcement, spilling on the beans on the handset’s specs and new features. Lets get right to the nitty gritty:
Samsung wasn’t the first to make a “phablet,” or a smartphone that was reaching tablet size. The Dell Streak was famous for being too large and becoming a commercial failure. Who could hold a five inch device? It’s ridiculous! But Samsung was the first to make the phablet truly popular.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was Samsung’s first attempt at making a Note tablet, complete with S Pen and an early and buggy version of Multi Window. It was a high-end device for its time, but for many, it was quickly forgotten. Its subsequent updates completely changed the software and made it an amazing device, ... Read More »