For those of you who are thinking about getting a more rugged and water-proof smartphone for either taking photos/videos while swimming or for industrial work, Galaxy S4 Active is certainly a great choice as it’s rated for IP67, a bit higher than Xperia Z (which has IP57).
Category: Android Smartphone Unboxing
Well, my HTC One finally arrived yesterday after an agonizing 2 week wait. But in the end, it was well worth the wait because I only paid $574 for an unlocked version directly from HTC.com. Of course, unlocked here means that the phone is “SIM” unlocked for using with any GSM network, the bootloader is still locked (but you can use HTCDev.com to unlock that).
Finally, I got hands on my new Samsung Galaxy S4 Android smartphone and here’s Galaxy S4 unboxing video!
After months of wait, Galaxy Note 2 has finally arrived! Of course, U.S. variants will also be here soon in November but in the meanwhile, I got my hands on one of the international GT-N7100 models.
Although I didn’t go to Google IO this year (I probably never will as I don’t like going to shows anymore), I had the chance to “de-virginize” a brand, spanking new Nexus 7 Android tablet on the day it was released thanks to CruzerLite CEO Joel, who allowed me to do the unboxing. (Thanks a ton Joel!)
Well, I did get my hands on finally on a U.S. Galaxy S3 model, all of them which are identical to each other as far as main hardware specs go. Here’s unboxing of T-Mobile Galaxy S3 SGH-T999.
Well, I finally got my hands on the AT&T version of HTC One X, here’s me unboxing it!
After trying the original Galaxy S2 back over in South Korea about a week back, I decided to purchase the unlocked Galaxy Note on Amazon. I was really sold on the product that you can take notes and the screen is big. Since I already have AT&T SIM card, it would work better for me to get the unlocked version, plus I can use it freely whenever I go overseas. (The AT&&T Galaxy Note will come locked and subsidized.)