The Galaxy Fold is a totally new kind of smartphone, and with that comes some discoveries that are pleasant and not so pleasant.
With Samsung's DeX, all you need to do is plug your Note 9 into a monitor using an HDMI cable to have a portable PC. But can it replace a laptop when you travel?
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may boast a familiar exterior, but Samsung's new flagship still carries a bunch of new features. Here are the standouts.
Based on our early testing, the new camera in the Galaxy S9+ performs very well in low light, but there's room for improvement.
Check out our unboxing video of the Galaxy S9+ along with our first impressions of Samsung's new flagship.
The iPhone X delivers strong endurance and lasts more than an hour longer than the average phone. But other flagships endure even longer.
Despite its relatively small 3,300 mAh battery, the Note 8 is one of the longest lasting flagship phones.
The Galaxy Note 8 boasts dual cameras, nifty S Pen improvements and a big 6.3-inch screen in a fairly compact design. But is that enough?
Samsung is slowly rolling out the voice features of its Bixby personal assistant, making them available as a beta for Galaxy S8 owners. We took Bixby out for a spin to see how it performs.
Zagg's screen protectors for the Galaxy S8 have received a lot of attention, so we installed both to see for ourselves. And the results were not great.
The Galaxy S8 gives you three ways to log in with biometric security. Here's the pros and cons of each method.
Think of Bixby for the Galaxy S8 as more of an enhanced interface than just another virtual assistant.
The $150 DeX is a clever little accessory that delivers a big-screen Android experience, complete with multiple windows and mouse and keyboard support.
The Galaxy S8 makes it easy to control your smart home gadgets from a single app, but you'll need to invest in extra hardware to make it all work.
The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge sport captivating glass-and-metal designs, superfast cameras and wireless charging, but there's some trade-offs.
The No.1 S7 is a Chinese phone that looks and feels exactly like the popular Galaxy S5, but the specs tell a different story.