You certainly can’t miss the Samsung Galaxy Note. Is it a giant smartphone or the ultimate convergence device that Samsung is pitching? Can you really consider getting a phone this big? It’s time to find out.
The Stratosphere is the first 4G LTE enabled smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard being offered on Verizon. While it could be mistaken for a Galaxy S 2 variant, the Stratosphere is surely not Verizon’s variant. Where exactly does the Stratosphere land in Verizon’s line up?
The Samsung Transform Ultra is the first Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) smartphone on Boost Mobile’s network. While the original Transform was released on Sprint, this particular follow up is making its debut on Boost Mobile as their main flagship smartphone. Does this flagship phone sink or float?
The Epic 4G Touch is not just the follow up to the original Epic 4G, it is the entrance of the much anticipated Galaxy S2 into the U.S. market. After such a long wait, does it have what it takes to compete or was it released too late?
One of the most popular Android smartphones currently available is the Samsung Galaxy S. It comes in many guises depending on which network you’re on, but fortunately all of these tips and tricks apply to virtually all versions!
Samsung is a mobile giant and produces some of the best smartphones in the market in each price bracket. They also release the odd dud. In this guide you’ll find recent reviews of Samsung phones to help you pick a winner.