Review Samsung Galaxy Nexus 16GB Sim Free Smartphone

Wednesday, 25 July 2012 | 0 comments

Review Samsung Galaxy Nexus 16GB 

Samsung Galaxy Nexus 16GB Sim Free Smartphone 
 I've now owned this phone for around 2 weeks, and I am incredibly impressed with it. Here are my impressions of it:
The build is surprisingly good, I was worried about the fact it's mostly plastic but I'm actually really grateful. It's much lighter than my old Desire Z (which doubled as a paperweight) and also incredibly thin. The curved screen is not very noticeable but just exudes awesomeness when you have it casually laying on a table. I really like that the front has very few features when the screen is off, and looks very understated. A lot of my friends have complemented me on it! My biggest issue with the phone is that the screen is huge and really difficult to operate one-handed unless you have big hands (I don't). There's a lot of hand-shuffling from the top to the bottom, or using two hands.
The screen is really nice. I have had no issues with the auto-dimming feature other people have found, it 

Review Samsung Galaxy Tab2 7 inch Tablet - White (8GB, WiFi, Android 4.0)


Samsung Galaxy Tab2 7 inch Tablet

 Samsung Galaxy Tab2 7 inch Tablet - White (8GB, WiFi, Android 4.0)

100 of 100 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Smashing Sammy Budget Tablet, I Love it.
I was going to wait for the galaxy note 10.1, but then decided that I didn't really need a top spec tablet at a top spec price. I managed to get mine a few weeks before the u k launch, on Amazon but it cost me a little more £329 when AMAZON HAVE IT IN STOCK you should not have to pay more than £299, if out of stock they seem to get them again in a day or so, so don't get...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as I had hoped
I thought that this ticked all the boxes but after a couple of days I am a little disappointed. For a start it was meant to include stereo headphones but, even though it appeared still security sealed there was no sign of the headphones in the box. The picture is slow to respond to movement. It seems to struggle opening some files especially maps. It seems to have...




POSITIVE: Android Gingerbread - endless customization- fast, next to no lag- vibrant, colourful display

NEGATIVES:No SD card slot- Android market still needs a LOT of work- applying screen protectors to the contour screen is hell

Had a HTC Desire HD before; loved Android, hated the phone, was just too massive. Bought an iPhone 4; was blissful in a...

Review Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 inch Tablet (16GB, WIFI, GPS, Android 3.2) - Light Silver

Wednesday, 11 July 2012 | 0 comments

Product Specifications
Screen Size:7.7 inches
Processor Brand:ARM
Processor Type:Unknown
Processor Speed:1.4 GHz
RAM Size:8 GB
Computer Memory Type:Unknown
Hard Drive
Hard Drive Size:16 GB
Graphics Card Description:Integrated
Additional Specifications
Operating System:Android 3.2
Lithium Battery Energy Content:5100 milliamp_hours

Technical Details

  • Portable Design
  • Android 3.2 Honeycomb
  • Samsung Live Panel and Mini Apps
  • Google Mobile Services and Advanced Conncectivity
  • Full HD player with Music Hub
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REview Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus 7 inch Tablet PC - White/Black (Storage 16GB, WLAN, BT, Webcam, Android 3.2)

Sunday, 8 July 2012 | 0 comments

Beautiful tablet, but this version DOES NOT have 3G, this listing is for P6210. It is always frustrating to wait eagerely for a delivery then find it has to go back straight away. The 3G version, P6200, is available for close to the same price elsewhere. After hunting around for a replacement, I found Samsung make a P6800 too, that isnt on their UK website, that has an even nicer screen, with a higher resolution, 1280*800

Review Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 ( WiFi, 16GB, White) - UK Version cheap

Friday, 6 July 2012 | 0 comments


The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a great Tablet PC using the Android 3.1 o/s with which many will be familiar. It may not be as slick or as cosmetically attractive o/s system as the Apple iPad, but it works just as well, and sometimes even better. The WiFi connection works very well, as does the 3G (with your appropriate SIM card) Maps work very well and very fast with the built in GPS (and either Wifi or 3G help) The supplied Polaris Office suite is excellent, and you can open and work with Microsoft Office docs spreadsheets, PP files - doc. docs. xl. xls etc Once connected to your Windows PC the Galaxy 10.1 can be browsed with the files for copying and transferring files by drag and drop, or via the Samsung Kies software. There are some excellent Android applications at very reasonable prices which are easy to install either via your PC on the Android Market web page, or directly on the Galaxy Tab itself..................


Review Samsung Galaxy Tab2 10.1 inch Tablet - Silver (16GB, WiFi, Andriod 4.0)

Thursday, 5 July 2012 | 0 comments


 What You Get
The tablet is about the size and weight of a hardback book, although its rather thinner. It comes packaged with a data cable and a charging plug (the data cable doubles as the charger cable). There is also a headphone set (the device takes a standard headphone jack). That's all that comes in the box.

Charging & Battery Life================================
The tab is pretty much ready to go - mine didn't need charging - so there's none of that frustrating waiting around before you can start playing. There's a good day's worth of play in a full charge - maybe more, depending on how much you're using it. It does take a while to charge, though and I suspect that you'll be charging it overnight for use during the day.

Getting Started
The instruction booklet is rather small and only just detailed enough to get you started, after which you'd be well advised to seek out the full manual from Samsung's website product support page. It's easy enough to find, is actually quite readable and it does provide a lot of useful information that will help you get the most out of the tab (see the first comment at the bottom of this review for a link)...............


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