It looks like the flagship Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones will be introduced to the world later this month. There have been many leaks and rumors but with sneaked images of gold and silver models showing up all over the net, it is safe to expect their grand unveiling at Samsung’s Unpacked event in Barcelona on February 21, the day before that will be showcased at the Mobile World Congress on February 22. Continue reading
So, on Tuesday 18th March, Google’s developers announced ‘Android Wear’, but what exactly is Android Wear? That is the question I was asking myself when I heard about it so after a bit of research I have put together some of the information that I have managed to find out about this mysterious new technology that actually sounds like a clothing brand. Continue reading
As I told you a few weeks ago here, the Samsung Galaxy S5 was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress event yesterday along with a whole host of other handsets and smart watches from some of the World’s leading manufacturers. The S5 was the standout turn though and it is easy to see why, the Samsung Galaxy S5 specs, although not ground breaking, are yet another step up. They have taken the S4 and enhanced it across the board to create another handset that I am certain will appeal to the masses. Continue reading
With the Samsung Gear smart watch looking set for a September 25th launch, there are a lot of people asking “what does a smart watch actually do?”, “is it worth me getting one?” and “does it replace a smart phone?” Well, here’s the lowdown….
We will focus on the Galaxy Gear as that’s the imminent release and the talk of the industry, but it is understood that other manufacturers such as Apple, Sony (called SmartWatch), Motorola (rumoured to be Pebble) and even Qualcomm (the Toq) are also readying smart watches for launch. As the name suggests, you will also need a Samsung Galaxy android cell phone to accompany your new smart watch, it is not a direct phone replacement. It is synced to your cell using Bluetooth and a dedicated app. At present it will only work with the upcoming Galaxy Note 3 which is scheduled for launch the same day but future updates will make it compatible with other models. Continue reading