Posts Tagged ‘Samsung’
5. Dialer Functionality & Design With a new sleek and flat design, Google has now set the default to organize contacts by most frequently contacted showing up at the top. Also, a search bar has been added to the top of the contacts tab where you can conveniently search for an existing contact saved on […]
Not only does the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 take on a different design philosophy than its predecessor, it’s also a major upgrade in every sense of the word. If you’ve decided that you want a bigger and clearer screen, a renewed stylus, a faster processor, and more RAM among many other aspects, you can blindly […]
Me, again! Same series, different product. After taking a look at Samsung’s new ATIV Smart PC and Smart PC Pro in a previous article, let’s jump over to the new ATIV S smartphone. Samsung is planning to strike the Windows Phone market with its new ATIV S smartphone by providing a similar experience to its […]
The iPhone 4s' screen comes nowhere close, in my opinion, to the Galaxy Note's (except for the higher pixel count on the 4s) but it does have a slightly better touch experience. Swiping and typing on the 4s is much easier due to the more responsive touch screen. I've noticed that the Galaxy Note's screen sometimes misses a few swipes and taps, but it's not a significant problem because it usually happens when my hands are dry.