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Last Updated: Feb 17, 2019
Did you know that the first Samsung Galaxy S first came out in 2010? That was almost 10 years ago! Samsung sure has come a long way and they have been continuously pushing innovation in their Galaxy S flagships, raising the bar to become one of the most recognizable smartphone brands globally. With the Galaxy S10 series coming on the way on 20 February 2019, we decided to take a look back at some of the innovations they have done and overcome. So sit back, relax and read the Top Innovations brought by the Samsung Galaxy S Series.
Last Updated: Mar 15, 2016
Samsung has always been known as one of the best smartphone brands out there. With each of the Galaxy S series model introduced, they've won the consumer's heart. But what exactly makes their S series so great? Is it just because of the larger screen, higher spec, or better camera? So today we will take a look at the key features of every generation of the Samsung Galaxy S series to see the evolution of the latest Samsung Galaxy S7 edge into the device it is today.
Last Updated: Oct 01, 2013
The Samsung Galaxy Ace comes hot on the heels of the sock-evaporating, super stunning Samsung Galaxy S2. However with a different shape and decidedly down-sized specs, it’s clearly not for the same type of audience. Is it worth a look with the HTC Wildfire S around the corner? Let’s find out.
Samsung Galaxy Ace - Design and build quality:
It’s a plastic, Fisher-Price version of the iPhone 4, with identical curved edges, black bezel and metal bands around the side, plus a clicky home button - though it being Android, you’ll find touch sensitive menu and back buttons on either side of it as well.
We can’t say we’re loving the sense of deja vu the Samsung Galaxy Ace’s case will give you, but it is at least rock solid, with USB and 3.5mm audio ports on the top as they should be, plus a conveniently placed microSD card slot so you can switch out memory without having to pull the battery out.
Last Updated: Oct 01, 2013
The long-rumoured HTC Pyramid has finally been unmasked as the HTC Sensation, and takes over from the Desire HD as the company's Android flagship. We managed to get some hands-on time with the dual-core beast, to see if it lives up to our high expectations.
HTC Sensation: Design & Builds
From the front it follows the same unimaginative build of other dual-core Android handsets including the Motorola Atrix and LG Optimus 2X. But turn it over and it’s classic HTC, this time with striking three-tone aluminium back. It feels incredibly well built and solid, certainly what you’d expect from HTC and of a premium product. The metal is a world away from the cheap plastic back of the Samsung Galaxy S2.