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Samsung Galaxy S8 reviews signal a tremendous comeback

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and the S8+ are arguably the most innovative phones on the market right now. From a design perspective, they are stunning devices to look at and hold, largely due to the infinity display that melts into the sturdy metal rim. Their software is also really polished -- usually a sore spot for Samsung. The devices go on sale globally on April 28 but the reviews are in today, and they are very positive.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review: A beautiful, power user device

The Galaxy Note 5 is Samsung’s latest iteration of their stylus-equipped smartphone, featuring an all new body that continues the design language Samsung established in the Galaxy S6, with other updates including the 16-megapixel camera and Exynos 7420 SoC. Naturally the Galaxy Note 5 is a larger handset than the Galaxy S6 by virtue of its larger 5.7-inch display, but if you've used a large-screened device in the past you know getting used to it doesn't take that long.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Review: Refining Android's Most Popular Phone

Another year, another Galaxy device. Since the release of the original Galaxy S in 2010, Samsung has been routinely refining their flagship formula through hardware upgrades, software polish and no shortage of gimmicks. We typically see larger displays, more cores, bigger megapixel counts, larger batteries and interesting new additions with every release. As you'd expect, 2014’s Galaxy S5 does little to break away from this formula.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Review

Samsung Galaxy S5 unveiled at Mobile World Congress

As anticipated, the long-rumored Galaxy S5 was the highlight of Samsung’s Unpacked 5 press event at Mobile World Congress. The handset would best be described as an incremental update instead of a major departure from the tried and true Galaxy…

Best Tablets of 2013: Putting them together, spec-by-spec

As we move closer to the end of the year everyone’s moving to refresh their lineups in preparation for the lucrative holiday season. Apple just announced a new iPad Air and iPad mini Retina, Microsoft pushed out the second generation Surfaces, Amazon Kindles hedged its bets on high-end hardware and real-time support, Samsung did its own thing with numerous Android devices, and Google is set to refresh the Nexus line later this month.

Android 4.3 leaked for Galaxy S4 and Google Play Edition

Although it appears Android 5.0 (Key Lime Pie) remains well beyond the immediate horizon, Jelly Bean's upcoming point release (4.3) is managing to find its way onto Samsung Galaxy S4 handsets. While not available through official channels, a Galaxy S4-compatible test…

Samsung Galaxy S 4 Review: Still Android's Best?

It's good to be king, especially when Samsung knows that it reached the top position after some early missteps. Now comes the hard part -- staying on top. If the Galaxy S III was Samsung's crowning achievement, the Galaxy S 4 is the first defense of the throne.

Arriving on the heels of one rival's flagship and a few months before the expected unveiling of another's, the Galaxy S 4 will prove whether Samsung is continuing its trend of advancement or becoming just as predictable as the old guard that it mocked. So naturally we must ask: just how good is the Samsung Galaxy S 4?

Samsung countersues LG over OLED patent claims

It looks like Samsung and LG Display are still at it. The latest wrinkle between the two companies is a Samsung-led lawsuit filed in Korea which alleges seven of LG's OLED patents "lack innovation". Apparently, Samsung hopes to invalidate those…

Neowin: Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 review

Late last year Samsung released the first in their Galaxy Note series, the weird smartphone/tablet combination that packed a monster 5.3-inch screen and the S-Pen stylus. Now Samsung is back with a tablet follow up, imaginatively called the Galaxy Note…

Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone hands-on

Samsung launched its new Galaxy S III smartphone with great fanfare today in London. The Galaxy S III sports a new, 4.8-inch Super AMOLED 720p display, but thanks to Samsung's judicious trimming of the bezel surrounding the screen, the phone isn't much wider than last year's Galaxy S II with its 4.3-inch display.