The Samsung Galaxy Note 4
and HTC One (M8)
are both high-end devices, and both pack a lot of great features. You’d be forgiven for thinking that the Note 4’s phablet
nature is the only significant difference between the two smartphones, but there’s plenty besides to distinguish them. Read on as we delve into all the key differences between the two mobile heavyweights.
Not long ago, Samsung's Galaxy Notes were pretty much the only phablets worth paying attention to. But with super-sized phones becoming more and more common, the Note series has more competition than ever. Let's see how Samsung's latest, the Galaxy Note 4
, stacks up next to one of its biggest rivals, the LG G3
This week Samsung revealed the latest version
of the world's most popular phablet, the Galaxy Note. Is it worth the upgrade over last year's model? Let Gizmag lend a hand, as we compare the features and specs of the Galaxy Note 4 and Note 3.
Samsung certainly made some waves last year, when it released its Curved OLED TV
. What good is a curved TV, though, if the sound is still coming from a flat speaker? With that in mind, Samsung has now introduced the Curved Soundbar. It was recently unveiled at IFA 2104, along with the company's new M3 Wireless Audio Multiroom speaker.
Those looking for a worthy alternative to the mighty Roomba
may be in luck. Samsung has unveiled a new robot vacuum cleaner today at IFA 2014
called the Powerbot VR9000. The company says it can deftly avoid obstacles, and offers up to 60 times better suction than conventional cleaners.
If VR is going to be the next big thing, you wouldn't expect Samsung to pass up such a golden opportunity, would you? Alongside three other devices, Samsung today revealed a new virtual reality headset that's powered by a Galaxy Note 4
. Gizmag got some hands – erm, heads
-on time with the Gear VR.
Last week we told you about
Samsung's latest smartwatch, the Gear S. With a curved display and built-in 3G wireless, it's certainly a bold step forward. But what's it like to actually use? Read on, as Gizmag goes wrists-on with the Samsung Gear S.
There was never any doubt that Samsung would pull back the curtain on the Galaxy Note 4
today. But the company had a little something extra up its sleeve as well: a Galaxy Note variant with a wrap-around display. Meet the Galaxy Note Edge.
When it comes to smartwatches, Samsung has had its foot on the gas pedal all through the last year. After launching the Galaxy Gear
last September, the company pushed out three more watches in April and another in July. And next month, we're going to get our first taste of the Gear S
. Confused? Let Gizmag lend a hand, as we compare all six Samsung Gear watches.