Category: Samsung

Video: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Hands-On

This is the one. Recently re-tooled, made skinny and lighter (566g) than the iPad 2 (603g), this is the first anticipated Android Honeycomb tablet. Sure, the Asus eee Transformer has been getting some great press, but mostly for its low cost. The Galaxy Tab 10.1, launching in July in Canada, will sport either a white


Samsung Galaxy S II coming to Canada by early Q3

During the Nexus S launch event this morning I had a quick conversation with Samsung VP Paul Brennan who stated the incredibly thin Android-powered Samsung Galaxy S II will be released in Canada. They are still working our the carrier details but he’s optimistic that it’ll launch either really late Q2, but more likely early


Nexus S media preview scheduled for April 14th

The Nexus S will be available soon via TELUS, Bell, Rogers, Videotron, WIND, Mobilicity, Fido and Koodo Mobile. We are still waiting on official price plans but we were invited to a media preview that’s scheduled for April 14th (although the launch date is still unconfirmed). The Nexus S will come with the latest Android


The Nexus S is coming soon to Canada (first quick hands-on)

It’s been rumoured for a few weeks now that the Google Nexus S will be hitting Canadian soil. Thankfully one of them just arrived at our doorstep and this Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) device will be launching across multiple carriers sometime in Q1 (so by the end of March). That’s all we know. I captured an


Review: Samsung Rugby II

With much focus nowadays on smartphones, Wi-Fi, Facebook and any other top of the line frills, many have forgotten the trusted and durable flip phone. Samsung has recently released the Rugby II, the sequel to their original rugged flip phone, which is advertised as “military grade”, as it reportedly meets US Army standards for shock,


Video: How should we test the durability of the Samsung Rugby II?

The Samsung Rugby II is available through TELUS, Bell and Rogers all on various pricing models. This is the latest rugged device to land in Canada and it meets military specs that can apparently resist shock, hot temperatures, water and dust. We did a quick overview of the hardware as it comes with a 1.3-inch


Video: Samsung Galaxy Tab’s Gorilla Glass takes on 3 bullets

In this video the Samsung Galaxy Tab’s Gorilla glass takes a beating by this dude who shoots 3 metal bullets with a co2 carbon dioxide powered gas gun. It looks like he’s only about a couple feet away. To say the least… the Tab’s 7-inch display is strong. Check it out after the break: