Posts Tagged ‘samsung’

Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G for T-Mobile [video]

October 16th, 2012

There is a reason that Samsung is the king of Android. They make some of the best Android devices on the planet. There was a time when I thought that HTC was the undisputed champion of Android devices. This is no longer the case. Since the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S2, the reign has shifted to Samsung. With the arrival of the Galaxy S3, they simply insured that no one would topple their rule over the Android kingdom.

The Galaxy S Relay is a phone designed, not to take top honors, but to fill a niche market where people desire a physical keyboard and an affordable price.

Probably the most significant feature of the Galaxy S Relay is the full 5 row qwerty keyboard. Most current smartphones lack a slideout keyboard. They tend to favor the on screen keys so the device can be the tinnest possible.

Samsung did a nice job with pairing form and function with the Galaxy S Relay 4G. It has a very crisp 4 inch Super AMOLED display that is very responsive and easy to see in direct sunlight. The 5 megapixel rear facing camera that is very user friendly and takes a nice picture or records 720p HD video to capture your favorite events.

Samsung Galaxy S III vs. iPhone 5 [video]

September 25th, 2012

Wirefly puts the two top dogs of the smartphone industry head to head in this video review.

Apple’s iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S III are both 4G LTE smartphones that are available for Verizon Wireless and Sprint. See which of these very popular smartphones is better then the other.

Apple and Samsung have both released a very popular smartphone recently and Wirefly decided to compare them and see which one is better. In this Schmackdown comparison review you will get to see the differences between the Android powered Samsung Galaxy S III and Apple’s iOS powered iPhone 5.

See how the iPhone 5 compares to five of the best Android Smartphones on the market today

[Sponsored Video] Art and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

September 25th, 2012

Artist and toy designer, Tristan Eaton, has stripped away our notion of what a tablet computer is cabaple of and replaced it with a new sense of wonder.

People have always viewed tablets as a personal device. One that is viewed and enjoyed primarily by a single individual. With a bit of ingenuity and creativity, Tristian has shown us how a large group could be brought in on the fun from one small device. His ability to stimulate the imagination with a unique perspective, using a simple canvas and a powerful yet affordable device, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, is definitely worth viewing.

Check it out!

As you can see, Tristan’s brand of street tough, urban art is an ideal way to show the power of the ‘S Pen, the stylus that accompanies the Galaxy Note 10.1. With the S Pen, an artist is capable of so much more control over their images that it really brings the Galaxy Note 10.1 into the realm of sketch book replacement.

Awesome specs:

1.4GHz Exynos Quad-Core Processor
16/32/64GB User memory + 2GB (RAM)
10.1″ WXGA(1280×800) LCD
microSD (up to 64GB)
Main(Rear): 5 Megapixel Auto Focus Camera
Standard battery, Li-ion 7,000mAh

this post is sponsored by Samsung

Samsung Galaxy Note for T-Mobile

August 13th, 2012

This is an awesome looking device. I hear that once you get used to the size of this device, its very hard to go back to your regular screen device.

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