Yesterday was a really hot day.
Exhausted and looking forward to an ice cold beer, I looked down at my phone as I took the final steps towards the gastropub where I had scheduled my last two meetings of the day.
An unusual thought caught me by surprise, “Boy, does my phone look stunning or what?!”
Never did I think I’d have these words to say about a Samsung phone, but today, I was basking in the sheer beauty of the shiny, new Galaxy S6 Edge.
It’s been a long time coming, but let’s back track a bit. While it’s been the dominant force in the smartphone industry for many years now, Samsung has never been famous for superior design. If we’re talking about adjectives – thin, light, innovative, and sturdy are some of the words journalists have thrown around. Pretty, maybe. But stunning? Not in a million years.Read More›
Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones are coming to the Philippines on April 18, following its global release on April 10.
The Philippines is one of the few markets where the flagship S6 will ship as a dual-SIM phone (1 LTE + 1 GSM nanoSIM), a nod to the unique needs of the Filipino user. The S6 Edge will come in a single-SIM configuration only.
Samsung isn’t quite the first brand to come to mind when you think about digital cameras.
And while it’s had its fair share of hits and misses over the last few years – you’ve got to hand it to them for trying.
Their latest attempt at making inroads in the digital photography market comes in the form of an $800 compact, interchangeable lens camera, that shoots 4K video – the NX500.Read More›
The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are Samsung’s most premium looking phones yet. Samsung ditches plastic and faux leather for glass and aluminum. Forget bezels, the S6 Edge’s display seemingly wraps around the phone, and is stunning. Specs-wise the phone gets only incremental improvements but comes with built-in fast wireless charging, a even better camera, and a new and improved fingerprint scanner that works! Check out my hands-on review.