I’ve always been a big fan of Samsung’s smartwatches, they look great and Tizen works well as a smartwatch OS. Recently, Samsung released the Gear Sport which is almost like a Gear S3 Lite, meaning it’s smaller and is missing features that the Gear S3 has but overall the Gear Sport is a great smartwatch.
We’re only a few weeks away from 2018 and it seems like Samsung wants to unveil their next flagship phone a bit earlier than usual. According to Venture Beat’s Evan Blass, Samsung will reportedly show off the Galaxy S9 and S9+ at CES 2018 in January.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note has always been about experimentation and taking risks. The first Galaxy Note introduced the idea of a “phablet” while also adding the stylus as a viable input device for a phone. But recent models of the Galaxy Note line have been more about echoing that of the flagship Galaxy S line that experimenting with new form factors.
Samsung Canada has announced the expanded availability of Samsung Pay in Canada.
When I reviewed the Gear Fit2 last year, I called it “Samsung’s best wearable yet” but when Samsung introduced the Gear Fit2 Pro, I was interested to see how Samsung could improve it even more.
After using the Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro for a few weeks, I would still say that it is one of the best fitness trackers I’ve used but only with slight improvements.
Samsung has announced that their latest wearables, the Gear Sport, Gear Fit2 Pro and second-gen Gear IconX are now available for purchase in Canada.
Samsung has announced the second iteration of their Bixby assistant at their developer conference.
At IFA 2017, Samsung announced three new wearables (of which two have been leaked before today), the Gear Sport, Gear Fit2 Pro and the second gen version of the Gear IconX.
Samsung’s Note line has been all about catering towards the power users, with a powerful processor, more RAM than necessary and some experimentation (like making the screen curved) mixed in-between.
After numerous leaks, the Galaxy Note8 is officially here.