2019 started with Samsung’s Galaxy S10 being awarded DisplayMAte’s highest ever A+ grade. It surely came as no surprise when the Galaxy S10+ also received high praise throughout the year for having a stunning Quad HD+ AMOLED Infinity-O display, which resulted in its inclusion in the top “Best Of” lists reviewing the best smartphones ofContinue reading “Samsung Galaxy Smartphones Praised As The Best Of The Year”
SDS and Syniverse announced they have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop a wallet-agnostic, mobile payment platform to enable regulatory-compliant, cross-region mobile transactions for mobile operators and enterprises in logistics, financial, travel and hospitality, media and entertainment, and retail markets.
Consumer Reports – a nonprofit organization dedicated to product and service test – have recently awarded the Samsung Galaxy Buds first place in their ‘Stereo Headphones’ rating test. The Galaxy Buds received an overall score of 86 and were ranked first, while being praised for excellent sound quality and audio capability. Every year, ConsumerContinue reading “Galaxy Buds Awarded First Place Title By Consumer Reports”
Since the Note 7 debacle, we have seen Samsung take the safe road with their Note line-up, but here they are again pushing boundaries again like we’ve known them to do. The company is slightly behind competitors, but they should continue on this track with next year’s Galaxy S10 if they expect to remain aheadContinue reading “Galaxy Note 9 – specs and features”
A month ago it seemed like Samsung was going to launch the Note 9, codenamed the Crown, ahead of time this year, but that doesn’t seem to be the case anymore. Samsung’s Vice Chairman, Lee Jae-Yong, has recently demanded the reduction of the display’s thickness by 0.5mm. That does raise one concern, will a thinnerContinue reading “Galaxy Note 9 launch and Apple’s mid-range phone delayed”
The S9 and S9 Plus have been in the market for a couple of months now and they have been receiving very good reviews. Two features that are continuously highlighted when discussing the two phones are the Super-Slow-Mo and the mechanical variable aperture. My initial impression when looking at the two new phones was that SamsungContinue reading “Galaxy S9: Slow-Mo approved!”
Usually I leave my impressions and opinions of the devices until the end of my posts, but not today. The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are really great phones and they do bring a lot to the table, but if you own a Galaxy S8 or a Note 8, then it isn’t much of anContinue reading “Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus – First Impressions”
Samsung’s 2018 Galaxy A8 and A8 Plus have been announced a month ago, and I got to say that I’m in love with Samsung’s offerings from budget phones to mid-range phones. In this post, I’ll focus on the new phones’ specifications and features.
Samsung’s own digital assistant, Bixby, can now be fully disabled! Well no… I don’t believe Samsung will do that anytime soon. I use Bixby continuously for certain tasks and uses, I really proved to be helpful. But when it comes to the general opinion, it seems like Bixby is pretty hated. Many apps have beenContinue reading “Bixby button can now be completely disabled!”
Samsung announced Bixby right before its launch of the Galaxy S8, but the digital assistant didn’t become available to users until recently. From the reviews, I have mostly seen online and from what I have heard from friends, I must say that Bixby is the most misunderstood digital assistant out there.