In case it was not abundantly clear, Samsung considers its VR efforts more than just a hobby. To that end, the manufacturer has announced the Gear VR Innovator Edition, a refined version of its virtual reality headset.
On Monday, it was announced that Android was finally gaining support for AmpliTube and the iRig digital guitar interface. Thanks to a partnership between Samsung and IK Multimedia, the folks who were first to bring such an experience to iOS devices years ago, Android users can now finally get in on the fun. (more…)
Finally, DL is posting its Galaxy Note 4 review. Sure, it may be late, but as the saying goes, better late than never. We have spent a few weeks with Samsung’s large flagship device and are comfortable with now throwing our final opinion out into the open world.
With Google on the verge of releasing its very own high-end phablet device in the Nexus 6, you might be trying to decide which phone you should go with. To help you come to a decision, we tried to focus on a few select areas. They are as follows.
First, does Samsung’s TouchWiz UI bring worthy enhancements to the Android OS over Google’s plain vanilla version found on the Nexus 6? Second, the Note family has been known for having fantastic battery life. With its 5.7″ QHD Super AMOLED display, can the Note 4 also meet those high expectations in the battery department? Lastly, Note devices have been bringing the heat in the mobile photography department. Does the Note continue that trend?
These are just a few of the subjects we wanted to dive into.
Here is our Galaxy Note 4 review. (more…)
Starting a few years back, every time you purchased a new Galaxy device from Samsung, the manufacturer gifted you subscriptions to services and sometimes Google Play credit. These perks were officially known as Galaxy Gifts. For the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge, it is the same deal for buyers, but the list of perks is insanely long.
Included for the Note 4 and Note Edge is a 6 month subscription to The Wall Street Journal, 3 free months to OnLive, 50GB of Dropbox storage, exclusive functionality for TripAdvisor users, and so much more. (more…)
After posting our Nexus 6 unboxing and initial impressions video at the end of last week, a number of you have asked for us to compare this or that device to it side-by-side. I would imagine that’s because the device is indeed a whale with its 6-inch Quad HD display. So, we went ahead and did just that today. (more…)
A US availability date for the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge has been announced this morning by Samsung as November 14. Well, they expect that it will begin arriving in carrier stores (Sprint is one) around that time – except at AT&T. AT&T announced availability this morning, as well, giving us a firm November 7 date for the arrival of this interesting device in select stores.
Other carriers will likely announce availability at any moment, so when that happens, we will update this post. (more…)
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition for Verizon that we first told you about last week is now available for purchase. For $699, you can own Samsung’s latest oversized device and have the opportunity to unlock its bootloader.
In case you were wondering, this is the same Galaxy Note 4 that has been available from carriers. You are still looking at a 5.7-inch QHD AMOLED display, Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB RAM, and S Pen functionality. The only difference here is the unlockable bootloader that tinkerers tend to need in order to, well, tinker. (more…)
Motorola may have disappointed many of you when it decided against making a developer edition of the brand new Moto X (2nd gen) for Verizon, but Samsung is giving it us in the form of the Galaxy Note 4. That’s right, a Galaxy Note 4 Developer Edition that will work on Verizon’s network is officially “coming soon,” according to Samsung’s website. (more…)