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Samsung's Galaxy Mega 6.3 and 5.8

Samsung has announced the Galaxy Mega 5.8 and 6.3 – two new mid-level devices that aim to fill the gap between smartphone and tablet. While the handsets might not be heavyweights on the spec sheet, they are some of the biggest devices we've seen, and at 5.8 and 6.3 inches, they're certainly deserving of their moniker.  Read More

Selling the iPhone in multiple screen sizes could be the best thing that ever happened to ...

Apple likes simplicity. It has a simple product line with simple brand names, simple designs and simple-to-use software. This obsession has served the company well. But there is one area where it could afford to have a bit more complexity. I’m talking iPhone screen size. Apple’s rivals have shown that one size most definitely does not fit all. It’s time for Apple to join them and stop pretending that it does.  Read More

Samsung announced the Galaxy Win, a device with familiar branding and mid-range specs

Here at Gizmag, we cover a lot of high-end smartphones. They’re the cream of the crop, and the benchmarks that the next generation of devices will try to top. But not everyone needs the best of the best. Lots of people want a phone that’s comfortable to hold, fast enough for Facebook and email, and doesn’t break the bank. To those customers, we hereby present to you: the Samsung Galaxy Win.  Read More

Samsung is rumored to be producing two huge phones: the Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Galaxy Mega 6....

Samsung took some flak when it launched its first phablet, the Galaxy Note. “A giant-sized phone with a stylus? HA!” ... then the device turned out to be quite good ... and then it sold millions of units. Who’s laughing now? So don’t blame us for keeping an open mind about the company’s rumored gigantophone, the Samsung Galaxy Mega.  Read More

Gizmag reviews Samsung's newest phablet, the Galaxy Note 2

“What the hell is a phablet?” There’s a good chance you’ve either heard this phrase or uttered it yourself. And for good reason: “phablet” may be one of the silliest words in the English language. But it appears this portmanteau of the words phone and tablet is here to stay. Scratch that: Samsung’s hot-selling Galaxy Note – the only significant product in the category – is here to stay. Is it the real deal, or just a flash in the pan? Read on, as we review the Samsung Galaxy Note II.  Read More

Gizmag compares the specs and features of the Galaxy Note 2 and iPhone 5

Samsung’s Galaxy S line has sold in bunches, and proved that a non-Apple phone can take the smartphone world by storm. But one of the company’s biggest game-changers is the Galaxy Note. Its super-sized screen and innovative S Pen present a stark contrast to the iPhone’s barely-changed-since-2007 simplicity. Let’s revisit two of the hottest – and most radically different – smartphones on the market, as we compare the specs and features of the Galaxy Note 2 and iPhone 5.  Read More

Gizmag compares the specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and LG Nexus 4

Nexus and Galaxy. The two brands represent opposing ends of the Android spectrum. Nexus devices have always been Google’s pure, untarnished vision of its platform. Samsung’s wildly-successful Galaxy devices, meanwhile, still use Android, but also threaten to overshadow it. What happens when you put the best of each side-by-side? Read on, as we compare the specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and LG Nexus 4.  Read More

Gizmag compares the specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 2

During the last two years, smartphones have ballooned to gigantic proportions. The most obvious example is Samsung’s “phablet,” the Galaxy Note. But even the company’s standard high-end phone, the Galaxy S4, dwarfs phones from yesteryear. Torn between big and really big? Read on, as we compare Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note II.  Read More

Samsung VP Lee Young Hee confirmed that his company is working on a smart watch (wrist ima...

Now that Apple’s TV set appears to be anything but “imminent,” we expect the company’s next big innovation to be a wearable wrist computer. But Apple’s fierce rival, Samsung, wants the world to know that it too is cooking up some wearable fun, in the form of a Samsung smart watch.  Read More

We compare the specs – and other features – of the Samsung Galaxy S4 and iPhone 5

In a market swarming with competitors, it’s remarkable that Apple and Samsung are the only two smartphone makers seeing significant profits. In some parallel universe, perhaps the two could comfortably coexist, content with their virtual duopoly ... but there’s way too much bad blood for that. Will Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 help it to pull away? Or will the iPhone 5 stand strong after six months on the market? Let’s see how their specs – and other features – compare.  Read More

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