The Samsung Galaxy S2 seems to be the phone to beat in 2011, but if you aren’t sure about its credentials you’ve come to the right place. Read our in depth review, and check out how it measures up to other phones. Already have one? We have included some great tips and advice in our guide too.
This is an affordable messaging phone offered by US Cellular. There’s a touch screen and a full slide out QWERTY keyboard. The candy bar form factor makes it look like an Android smartphone but the Samsung Character is really just a feature phone.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 is on its way to the U.S. market, and with it, is great anticipation from consumers, and fear, for the many competitors currently in the U.S. market. With such a dominant smartphone on the market, what upcoming smartphones are on their way to take on the Galaxy S2?
We review the two top contenders of 2009’s Samsung touchscreen champions from AT&T that year, the Samsung Solstice VS the Samsung Impression.
Same company, same functions, same price tag, but two different providers. Read our face-off between the Samsung Rugby on AT&T and its cousin the Samsung Convoy on Verizon.
A review of a back-to-basics phone from Samsung – the Samsung Chrono on either US Cellular or Cricket. We investigate if this budget phone has budget credentials, or is it actually a worthwhile purchase?
The Samsung Rugby vs the Motorola Tundra, which one of these two rugged phones from AT&T is worth its salt? Find out as we compare them in a number of categories.
The Samsung Trender is an interesting addition to the Sprint line up in the U.S. market. An entry level smartphone that doesn’t feature Android, the Trender is actually breaking the trend. But does that make the Trender a successful phone or an obvious failure?
The Samsung Dart is yet another addition into the entry level smartphone market through T-Mobile in the U.S. While the higher end smartphones are saturating the market, the entry level market seems to be more ripe for the taking. Does the Dart hit its mark or does it miss the board entirely?
The Gravity Smart is another entry level smartphone preloaded with Android 2.2. It also comes with a full physical QWERTY keyboard that slides out from under the display. But is that enough to justify calling the phone smart?