It’s that time of the year, Mobile World Congress 2018 and Samsung releasing another device to take the mobile world by storm — or will it? Quick Thoughts The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus look stunning and carry over essentially … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy S9 Initial Thoughts
Enter Galaxy Note 8. There is a lot of chatter about this phone; however, one statement that is not being put out into the atmosphere is, “This is not a good device.” The Galaxy Note 8 is a wonderful device … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Note 8 First Impressions
The Note 7, such a wonderfully crafted device by Samsung, would be on my instant recommend list for my productivity needing friends, whom also needed a large screen device;however, since these so-called replacement devices are also STILL duds and catching … Continue reading Just skip the Galaxy Note 7
Samsung’s latest flagship device is here, the bold and beautiful Galaxy Note 7 and I’ve had the chance to spend some time with it. Starting at $850 this is one of the best Android devices that money can buy. With … Continue reading Hands on with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7
A 6.3″ screen attached to a device that is actually a phone. Is this something that you’d use? I have big hands and an affinity for devices and honestly this seems like the perfect device for someone like me. Personally, I own a Galaxy Nexus and a Nexus 7 — if I owned this device I could seemingly par my load down to just one without carrying a phone and tablet everywhere I go. On a another note, what really makes this a good device? I’d say it is a combination of it’s form factor, specs and functionality. No device … Continue reading Galaxy Mega…. Too big or too right?
With the latest iteration of the Galaxy line slated to be introduced the mobile technology world is clamouring with rumors left and right. The Samsung Galaxy S III is and was certainly a great device. One that brought about innovation and a lot more eyes onto the Android platform and you should expect the next iteration to do the same thing. Samsung, although they stray from stock Android, they usually do so and bring about applications and tweaks that bring the best out of Android. For example, the apps that are included with the Galaxy Note truly make it a … Continue reading Ready for the Galaxy S IV?