Category: Samsung


Hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy TabPRO and NotePRO tablet series

This morning, during a small briefing in Toronto, I had a chance to play with four new tablets from Samsung. Each is alike yet separate, a consequence of a “device democracy” policy set in place by the powers that be. With its enormous size and manufacturing capabilities, Samsung has managed to carve out a substantial



Early Samsung Galaxy S5 benchmarks reveal two models with very different specs

The next Samsung flagship is but weeks from being announced, but early benchmark results uploaded to AnTuTu indicate that, aside from mere chipset alterations based on region or build quality, the company may intend to offer two devices with completely different specs. Model SM-G900R4 appears to be the higher-spec’d of the two models, sporting a



CyanogenMOD keeps the dream alive for aging devices

Cast your mind back to the summer of 2010, before Samsung was the king of Android and before Android was the king of mobile. The original Galaxy S flagship had a single-core Snapdragon processor, 512MB of RAM and Android 2.1 Eclair. Today, three and a half years later, the family of Galaxy S devices, from