I thought Samsung's Galaxy Mega 2 and its 6-inch screen would attract the kind of public attention the equally gigantic Nexus 6 did when I checked out that phone a few weeks ago, but it didn't. Nobody cared about my Galaxy Mega 2's huge screen. Show More Summary
If you're shopping for a huge phone this holiday season, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Google Nexus 6 are two of your best options (along with the iPhone 6 Plus). Let's take a quick hands-on look at the two phablets... Continue Reading Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs. Show More Summary
Both the Google Nexus 6 and the Samsung Galaxy S5 have been released and comparisons between the two high-end flagship phones have definitely become unavoidable.
Alt Text: Apple iPad Air 2 vs Nexus 9 vs Samsung Galaxy Tab S We pit Apple against Samsung and Google in our guide to the best tablets of 2014 Briefing Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - 10:23am Christmas time is fast becoming tablet time. Show More Summary
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 faces stiff competition from the newer releases this late 2014 like the iPhone 6 Plus, or the Nexus 6. Other less known brands like the Asus Zenfone 6 however, offer lower-priced phones with decent specs.
Will Google's latest Nexus 6 smartphone prove yet another problem for Samsung's flagship Galaxy Note 4?
Smartphone cameras have become so advanced, they've come to replace digital cameras for many people. But not all smartphone cameras were created equal. Apple, Samsung, and Motorola have all put a ton of effort into perfecting the camera on their flagship smartphones. Show More Summary
HP’s annual two-day Mobile Pwn2Own competition came to a close this afternoon, with a group of veteran security researchers and other competitors able to compromise several flagship smartphones across the top-three mobile operating systems: iOS, Android and Windows Phone. The devices that were exploited include the iPhone 5s, Samsung Galaxy S5, Nexus 5, Amazon Fire […]
Almost every major flagship smartphones for 2014 has come out including the two handsets from Apple, the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus; the Google Nexus 6; and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, among others.
Samsung's latest flagship offering, the Galaxy S5, is already getting old especially with the release of Apple's iPhone 6, Google's Nexus 6, and even moreso Samsung's own Galaxy Note 4. While it's still too early to expect a Galaxy S6, the rumors are already making their rounds around the cyberstream. One thing's for sure, the next flagship handset isn't coming anytime soon.
Android 5.0 Lollipop is now out but only Nexus devices are slated to get the updates this year. For Samsung users, only those with the Samsung Galaxy S4 and S5 are planned to get the update. The two smartphones are scheduled to get the update early next year.
It's a battle of gadgets as we pit Google's Nexus 7 against the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Google's devices usually aim to give users the full Android experience, while Samsung has started integrating Apple-like features such as TouchWiz to its latest devices. The Nexus 7 is in the tablet category, while the Galaxy Note 3 is described as a phablet.
Tablet market share, calculated based on web usage, reveals that usage of Google's Nexus and Samsung's range of Galaxy Note and Tab tablets is on the rise. While Apple's iPad slates still dominate the market share chart based on usage,...Show More Summary
Samsung has certainly been busy recently especially with the release of their new mid-range phone line, the Galaxy A series. The Note line has also been secured with the release of the Galaxy Note 4 but some are anticipating the next release in Samsung's flagship smartphone line, the Galaxy S6.
The Galaxy Note 4 has only been out for less than a month and it already faces stiff competition from other phablets in the market. Among those contenders is the Motorola Nexus 6 phablet, which has only entered the market just recen...
Few parts of the Android ecosystem have improved more and gotten less credit for it than tablets. The gap between 2010’s crude Samsung Galaxy Tab and polished products like last year’s Nexus 7 is immense. But because Apple set such a high mark early on with the iPad, merely catching up to the iPad’s user […]
Google’s Nexus 6, the first smartphone to run Android 5.0 "Lollipop," is a big phone. With a 6-inch screen, it rivals many of today's “phablets," besting the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and iPhone 6 Plus by a few tenths of an inch. However, the Motorola-made phone doesn’t feel too big. Show More Summary
Apple's iPhone 6 flagship phone looks to be the subject of many comparisons nowadays especially with the release of a number of new smartphones and phablets like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the Sony Xperia Z3, and the Motorola Nexus ...
The Nexus 6 isn't just a big phone, it's a whale of a phone (hence its internal codename, "Shamu"). How does the Moby Dick of smartphones compare to the popular Samsung Galaxy Note 4? Read on, as we compare their features and specs... Continue Reading Nexus 6 vs. Show More Summary
Google made its new Nexus 6 smartphone as a direct competitor to Apple's iPhone 6 and Samsung's Galaxy S5 - but how do the specs compare?