The Samsung Galaxy NX marries the outstanding photographical prowess of the Samsung NX camera line with the connectivity and organizational power of the Galaxy S4. While this isn’t Samsung’s first attempt at fusing these two concepts, it definitely is their most refined—if not expensive—creation. Hardware First impressions with the Galaxy NX are very positive...

Many claimed the Galaxy Note was too big or novel to garner any kind of following, but here we are today, 3 years later and with one of the most popular Android devices on the market. Aside from being a rather large phone, the Galaxy Note sets itself apart with the integration of a Wacom digitizer and stylus, allowing pressure sensitive drawing input. Although it...

With the massive hardware fragmentation of the Android ecosystem, it’s not very surprising when an OEM abandons a device after it’s first OS update cycle. Samsung however is surprising us with its latest rumored list of devices that will get the bump up to KitKit, the latest and greatest form of Android. Even though they haven’t been the fastest...

Every year there is a widespread speculation on the hardware specifications of the “Next Big Thing” that will be here. For the first time in quite some time, we are seeing a new hardware feature rather than an expansion in resolution, memory or cores. The rumor that have been swirling fastest and hardest around the Samsung Galaxy S5—slated for a late...

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Have you ever looked at a mosaic and pondered how much work and artistry is required to create one? Well thanks to the miracles of modern science and some clever app developers, you can create mesmerizing photo mosaics with your smartphones. The developers of our favorite photography app CameraAce have been hard at work creating their latest wrinkle to the world...

Matte black was the ubiquitous colorway of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy line up when it first debuted and again with the wildly successful Galaxy S 2. The Galaxy series saw a departure from the dark side to the slightly more colorful “pebble blue” that has found its way onto numerous devices from the S3 to the Note 2 and S4. Now, after being released...

Interacting with the Galaxy Gear via voice is convenient, but not always appropriate. To prevent having any awkward moments trying to talk into your wrist, why not just type on it? That’s right, Fleksy has gotten around to getting their keyboard on to the miniature display of the gear: Although Samsung never included a native keyboard, the Galaxy Gear being...

The Galaxy Gear was praised for its beautiful display, surprising camera quality and industrial design, but was universally criticized for its relatively poor notification management—an issue that we predicted would be remedied with a software update. The update we were hoping for is now here in the form of a Gear Manager update that is rolling out along with Gear...

If you’ve used the Galaxy Note 3, you’re probably familiar with its beautiful display and blazing fast specs. You’ve also probably realized how large and unwieldy it can be, especially if you have smaller hands. It’s super annoying when you have to reach for something across the screen with your thumb but the meaty patch of skin below touches...

Samsung has always been well aware of the power of color when it comes to device hardware. Ever since the Galaxy S III was released in red, white, blue, brown and black, Samsung has been narrowing down their color selection for optimal user satisfaction. Aside from the obvious user favorites black and white, pink is a very attractive color to the female demographic....