The original Galaxy Tab was a hit due to its portability and top notch functionality. Samsung ups the ante this time with the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, which sports a speedy 1.2GHz dual-core processor and Android Honeycomb 3.2. How does it fare against the stiffening competition? Let's find out.
The Samsung Galaxy Note blurs the line between a smartphone and a tablet with its massive 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED display. Will its mammoth size affect the usability of the device? We give you our detailed analysis from spending a good deal of time with it.
Selecting a tablet boils down to knowing its features, such as the processor, display size, battery amongst many. More importantly, it's also about finding a tablet that matches your needs. To ease the selection process, here's our tablet buying guide, rounding up all the information you need before you buy that slate for yourself or as a gift.
During the Samsung Galaxy Note World Tour in Southeast Asia, we not only had the opportunity to preview the mammoth phone, we also had our hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the first Android 4.0 equipped phone.
What do you do when you've tons of (okay, five) cameraphones lying around? Do a camera comparison, that's what! Here, we take a look at how five 8-megapixel smartphones perform under three common shooting scenarios.
If you are not smitten by the new iPhone 4S, here are five alternatives that are comparable to Apple's flagship model for your consideration.
When you think ‘gaming notebooks’, Samsung probably isn’t the first name that comes to mind, but that may be changing soon with the release of Samsung’s 17.3-inch Series 7 700G7A.
Need a refresher for the latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich news? Here's a compilation of news findings of the upcoming OS and the accompanying Samsung Galaxy Nexus phone, leading up to the big announcement on 19th October!
Encased in a flashy, protective chrome finish is the 14-megapixel WB210. It's a 12x optical zoom lens, and weighs a reasonable 174g. Priced at S$499, is this compact camera worth it? Check out what we thought of it after the jump.
Samsung is serious about conquering the tablet market with its Galaxy Tab 10.1, which is the thinnest and lightest tablet in the market at the moment. Is it able to outshine its rivals?