Samsung has applied for a patent that allows phone users to create a “comfort zone” based on the reach of your thumb. This could make it much easier to use phablets or other large smartphone like the Galaxy S 4.
After a month of leaks the Nexus 5 is finally here, and it looks awesome. But how does it compare to the best Android phones on the market?
Galaxy Gear support is coming to the Galaxy S 4, Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III via Samsung’s “Premium Suite” software update.
Need to view or take close up pics of really small objects using your phone? Check out the low-cost add-ons made by Carson Optical: These fit on iPhones and the Galaxy S 4 using a magnet, making small objects super clear.
Samsung hasn’t released Android 4.3 for its flagship phone yet but that hasn’t stopped some from getting a look at an early build. The software looks nearly ready for prime-time based on this video peek.
For Android users with Apple envy, Samsung is releasing a gold variant of its popular Galaxy S 4 smartphone.
The Xperia Z1 is Sony’s next-generation smartphone. How does it stack up against the current cream of the crop, the Galaxy S 4 and the Moto X?
LG’s G2 smartphone hasn’t made a public appearance yet but the case for it has: And it looks awfully familiar. Remember Samsung’s S-View with screen cut-out for the Galaxy S 4?
After creating software that lets HTC One handsets run either Sense or the Google Experience user interface, Paul O’Brien is targeting Samsung’s Galaxy S 4 next. And this time, he’s earning a little money for the dual-booting effort.
Samsung has finally overtaken Apple as the most profitable smartphone vendor but it’s likely not going to keep that crown for long. And as this pair do battle, the rest of the market is starting to eat into the market share of both.