Android offers a wide variety of advanced customization options, but that’s only scratching the surface of everything you can do with Google’s open source operating system. With root access you can get down to the system level and tweak things to your liking, even going so far as completely replacing the OS.
Since it arrived last year, the Galaxy S III has been the world's best-selling smartphone that wasn't born in Cupertino. An impressive feat, but one that—along with Samsung's Megatron-sized hype-machine—has made for sky-high expectations for the sequel.
The Samsung Galaxy S smartphones are by far the most popular Android smartphones, and are flagship products for Samsung to show off its latest and greatest OLED display technology. The display on the Galaxy S4 is a major enhancement and improvement over the Galaxy S III—it has a full HD 1920x1080 resolution display…
When we found out Samsung was making a mini version of the Galaxy S III we got excited... and then we were disappointed because it was so boring. If these leaked photos are true, it looks like we'll be disappointed again because even though the S IV Mini has a svelte body and not ginormous 4.3-inch screen, the S IV…
Excited about the Galaxy S IV? Maybe you are, but haven't had a chance to hold it. Or maybe you just haven't seen it lined up against its biggest (smallest?) competitor, the iPhone 5. Here are some high quality renders of the two side by side from our good friend Martin Hajek.
So, following last night's Samsung announcement, it's fair to say that we're a little underwhelmed. While we're reserving final judgement until we review it properly, the new Galaxy S IV doesn't seem to be quite the super phone we were expecting. Our very own Brent Rose explains:
Samsung just announced that the Galaxy S IV is officially the phone we've been hearing about.
At 7 o'clock EST, Samsung's finally going to take the wraps off of its flagship Android handset. It's easily the most anticipated phone of the year so far, and you can watch it make its debut right here.
The Samsung Galaxy S IV will be announced at an event tonight in New York. It's so close we can almost feel it in our hands. And thanks to the leaky ship that is the internet, we've got a pretty good idea of what to expect once it's real.
We're now just two days away from Samsung's Galaxy S IV announcement, but this video claims to show off the phone ahead of launch.
Samsung is going to announce its latest and greatest Android phone, the Samsung Galaxy S IV, on March 14th. We may know what it looks like already. Or we may not. Samsung is throwing all of us another bone by teasing the upcoming S IV by showing us the outline of the phone. It might be the phone we saw earlier today?…
We're just days away from Samsung's official launch of the Galaxy S IV, and a Chinese forum post claims to be offering images of what purports to be the new flagship phone.
These leaked screenshots add a smidgen of weight to the New York Times rumor which suggested that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S IV would offer smart auto-scrolling by tracking your eyes.
Someone who claims to be in possession of a Galaxy S4 prototype decided it would be fun to benchmark it, giving us a look at how the phone might, possibly, perform and what might be inside Samsung's next Android flagship.