Samsung has released their latest Galaxy Note 7 phablet smartphone officially as of today and we got to unbox it. This is their latest flagship device that many Note owners have been waiting for. With many new features added over previous Note 5 like IP68 water-proof rating, faster processor, IRIS scanner, and bigger battery, the Note 7 is ultimate smartphone for large phone lovers.
One of the coolest cases you can get for the Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge are the Samsung official S-View Flip and LED wallet covers. I have been using these ever since the Galaxy Note 4 days and if you want 100% full protection of your phone against drops and full coverage of the screen, these are going to do a much better job than any other screen protector/tempered glass.
Samsung’s latest flagship smartwatch Gear S2 launched officially today. This is Samsung’s first attempt at a circular smartwatch and it comes with a navigational dial to help you navigate through the apps.
First off, the Gear S2 has surprisingly small screen, smaller than any other smartwatches on the market today. This smaller form factor may be a deciding factor in buying the watch in the first place. If size matters to you, Gear S2’s screen may be too small for you to use. While the original Gear S had almost double the screen size, the Gear S2 is a totally different animal that has much smaller screen with much smaller resolution.
I use a lot of microSD cards, mostly because I flash a lot of custom ROMs on my Android smartphones and I wanted to find out which microSD card is the fastest in the world.
For this shoot, I am using three of the best Class 10 microSD cards from Samsung, Sony, and SanDisk, the Samsung 64GB PRO rated at 90MB/s, Sony HighSpeed MicroSD rated at 95MB/s, and the SanDisk Extreme PRO rated at 95MB/s.
Well, I decided to do a drop test with my brand, new Galaxy Note 3, since I had to break the screen anyways to do a future screen replacement video.
It turns out that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 actually is pretty durable as the screen lived though a pocket drop, 5’9″ drop from the head, and even completely face-down drop from 5’9″. In the end, I did a near 7-foot drop, which was probably inevitable to expect not to break.
Looks like we are finally going to be able to see what’s “really” coming with Nexus Prime and Android Ice Cream Sandwich next Wednesday October 19th.