When it comes to Samsung’s smartphones, there’s only really two that come to mind, the Galaxy S and the Galaxy Note series. But Samsung not only makes flagship smartphones, they also make mid-range devices such as the Galaxy A8 for those who want a Samsung phone but don’t necessarily want or need the top-end specs.
When I reviewed the original Samsung Gear IconX back in 2016, I wasn’t too impressed by them because of the okay sound and poor battery life. But thankfully Samsung has been able to fix some of these issues with the Gear IconX (2018).
When it comes to 4K TVs, there are a few brands that come to mind, such as LG, Sony, Vizio. One of which is Samsung, I’ve been testing one of Samsung’s QLED TVs (QN55Q8CAMFXZC) that they introduced last year and it’s easily one of the best 4K TVs I’ve tested.
Samsung Canada has announced that Samsung Pay now supports personal payment cards issued by Royal Bank of Canada (RBC).
With the Galaxy S9 & S9+, Samsung is building upon what it has learned with previous Galaxy S phones but just making improvements. And it seems to be working for them but it also produces a slightly boring device that had the same wow factor as years past.
Samsung has officially launched their latest flagship phones, the Galaxy S9 & S9+.
Samsung and Disney have announced an AR Emoji pack that includes Mickey and Friends.
Samsung’s Galaxy S lineup is of the most popular of smartphones around. With the Galaxy S9 & S9+, Samsung put a special emphasis on the camera, with the tagline for this year’s phone being “The Camera. Reimagined.”
Samsung has just announced details about their 2018 television lineup, some of which include Bixby, better picture quality, and new smart functionality.