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Samsung Galaxy Fold hands on review

"  The Samsung Galaxy Fold is one of the most exciting smartphones of 2019 and we've finally been able to get our hands on the foldable phone. Before today, we've only been able to see it on stage at a distance and behind thick glass. However, just a few weeks before the Galaxy Fold officially goes on sale, Samsung has decided the handset is now ready for the hands of the media (albeit only for a limited amount of time). Our first impressions of the Samsung Galaxy Fold are positive. The folding mechanism feels secure, the large 7.3-inch display looks great and the fact you can fold it in half and stick it in your pocket (just about) is certainly cool.  "


Posted on Monday, April 15, 2019 @ 17:47:15 UTC in Samsung by Wesslan

Samsung 970 EVO M.2 500GB NVMe SSD review

Samsung releases the new 970 EVO and PRO models M.2. SSDs, these offer even faster than the 960 series and come with increased TBW values as well. The new M.2 EVO units will be the most popular ones for the desktop end-users, and can be purchased in volume sizes up-to 2TB. NVMe Storage technology is advancing with extremely fast paces and steps. Oh my, NVMe Storage technology has been with extremely fast paces and steps as we now already reach the 970 series from Samsung. Armed with 64-layer (3-bit per cell) NAND flash memory, DRAM caching the new 970 series are based on the Samsung Phoenix controller, which have been introduced in there OEM PM981 already. Phoenix really is the Samsung Polaris Gen 2 controller now delivering up-to 3,500 MB/s sequential read speeds on even the smaller 500 GB and 1 TB versions, with up-to 2,500 MB/s sequential writes for the EVO series. For a little more shock and awe, Random 4KB numbers run up to 500,000 IOPS read and 480,000 IOPS write, which is pretty crazy.  "


Posted on Monday, July 16, 2018 @ 14:49:51 UTC in Samsung by Wesslan

Samsung Gear Sport review

Samsung's latest smart watch entry is the Gear Sport. The Gear Sport is smaller and lighter than the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier which should make for a more comfortable fit and a look, which is more appealing to both sexes alike. The Gear Sport is now water-resistant up to 50 meters and can track swims. Combined with Tizen 3.0 and numerous S-Health improvements it's shaping up as a competitive offering from Samsung.  "


Posted on Friday, December 08, 2017 @ 17:20:52 UTC in Samsung by Wesslan

Samsung Gear Sport smartwatch Review

Samsung may be best known for its Galaxy smartphones, but its smartwatches are no less worthy of attention. Whether you’re an active individual in need of a fitness companion or a tech-savvy person who finds classic watches lacking in function, chances are the company’s Gear lineup has something that just might suit you. Something like the Samsung Gear Sport, for instance. It is the latest member in the series, and I spent a couple of weeks in its company to find out whether it is worth the $300 asking price. Let’s dive in.  "


Posted on Sunday, November 19, 2017 @ 13:57:42 UTC in Samsung by Wesslan

Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 Review

The rugged smartphone is, by all accounts, a form factor of interest to a tiny consumer niche, and as such isn’t a popular choice with manufacturers. Among the big players, Samsung has been the most supportive of the idea, with the best-known example being the “Active” spins on its mainline flagships. But one might consider its Xcover line, in this case represented by the latest Xcover 4, to be in an even tighter niche: where the Active series offers top-of-the-line specs if a sturdier body, the Xcover family is firmly and unashamedly planted into the low end. Thus, when taking into consideration whether such a phone is “good”, one has to shift their expectations and judge it more based on whether it meets its own, offbeat set of goals, over whether it suits the everyday consumer’s needs.  "


Posted on Sunday, June 04, 2017 @ 10:14:59 UTC in Samsung by Wesslan

Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro preview

We previewed the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro back in March, shortly before Samsung announced the C7 Pro. The C9 Pro seemed like Samsung's response to the growing threat of Chinese devices on the market - devices that had started to steal focus and market share away from Samsung in the mid-range segment. For what it's worth, we thought it was a good attempt by Samsung. And even though it does not compete quite as aggressively on the price front as its main rivals, it is a good option for those who want something from a more trusted brand. The C7 Pro follows the same recipe, but distilled in a smaller package, and consequently, a smaller price tag. In a way, this is the more appropriate device to make a stand against the onslaught of Chinese smartphones.  "


Posted on Sunday, May 07, 2017 @ 13:36:29 UTC in Samsung by Wesslan

Samsung Galaxy S8+ review

What was once an impossible fantasy - a sketch in someone's book, a render of an ambitious concept - is now a reality. These are just some thoughts that come to mind holding the Galaxy S8+, the big and bold next step Samsung took. And yet, such is the progress the smartphone industry has been making that the Galaxy S8+, with its exquisite, elongated shape and borderless display, was the logical way forward rather than a result of a vain experiment.  "


Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 15:34:37 UTC in Samsung by Wesslan

Samsung Galaxy S8 review

When 5 inches is the de-facto standard for a compact Android handset, yet you want to prove that more is always better, what do you do? Well, it depends on the definition of more. You can do something crazy, stupid or impossible. Samsung? They decided to be sensible. Design a phone, build a screen, put the screen where it always goes. Business as usual. It's pretty much the same phone as the Galaxy S7. Size-wise, that is. Only with a 5.8" display where there used to be a 5.1" screen.  "


Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 @ 15:32:22 UTC in Samsung by Wesslan

Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ hands-on

For a large number of smartphone fans, the new year hasn't really started until Samsung throws down with its latest flagship handsets. The Galaxy S models are some of the most popular you'll find, and each spring we eagerly sort through heaps of rumors, leaks, and discussions about what's to be expected from Samsung's latest and greatest. Today all that waiting is over, as Samsung formally welcomes the new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ to its lineup.In order to stay on top of the Android market as Samsung does year after year, you've got to walk a fine line between giving users more of what they're familiar with – what they've responded favorably to in the past – while mixing in the right amount of the new and different, introducing them to new technologies, turning expectations on their head, and maintaining that reputation as a technology leader.  "


Posted on Saturday, April 01, 2017 @ 16:20:14 UTC in Samsung by Wesslan

Samsung 960 Pro 1TB

Samsung has spent the past few years at the peak of the consumer SSD market, with every new drive pushing performance forwards and attracting plenty of attention. The £407 960 Pro 1TB is the latest in Samsung’s line of top-tier SSDs, and it builds on previous products with several significant changes.Samsung was the first firm to introduce 3D V-NAND back in 2015. It was an important development then and has since been mimicked by several other companies, and Samsung has improved it for this drive. This kind of memory marks a fundamental departure from more conventional SSD designs. Previously, SSDs stacked their transistors in single horizontal layers, but 3D V-NAND introduced vertical layers to drive designs – which means companies like Samsung can build transistors in several layers rather than in just one horizontal plane.  "


Posted on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 @ 20:46:32 UTC in Samsung by Wesslan

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