Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ Preview

This thing is like a giant Galaxy S6 or even a S6 Edge. It’s not a bad thing because the S6 was very well spec’d and had a very nice all glass and metallic redesign. So the Note 5 borrowing every element right down to the processor, camera module, design.. it could all work out…

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Review Part 4 of 4

Part 3 See also: Part 1 for Display and Design, and Part 2 for Camera, Part 3 for Software and Features. Performance and Battery +++++ Samsung’s Exynos 7420 is a 14nm octa-core SoC. What regular consumers may care about is the number of cores. Techies however should notice that there isn’t a single mention of Qualcomm Snapdragon in sight. The…

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Review Part 3 of 4

Part 3 See also: Part 1 for Display and Design and Part 2 for Camera Software and features +++++ Samsung further simplifies Touchwiz, taking it one step closer to Google stock experience. The main advantage of this is that the skin no longer feels like a resource hog (but whether it really is or not…

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Review Part 2 of 4

Part 2 Camera +++++ The camera quality is excellent overall. At first glance the photo quality seemed extremely similar to that of the S5 and the Note 4 – which is a good thing because the quality on those last gen devices were really quite excellent. In fact, the photos from the Note 4 can…

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Review Part 1 of 4

Part 1 Part 2 is here! Time to take a look at the S6 Edge’s camera. So everybody’s been worried about or cheering on Sammy’s dip in smartphone sales in the past year. The S5 didn’t do too well- it was a spec update and with more features crammed in without thought. Worst of all, the design…

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Lumia 930 review – Nokia’s last flagship.

Oh Nokia. How sad it is to think we may never enjoy your signature hardware designs (without others’ influence) again. Just when our dreams of Android OS marrying Nokia’s legendary designs were coming true, Microsoft snuffs it out completely. We have here the Lumia 930 with us. Significant because it may well be the final flagship-class smartphone…