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The 2015 flagship battles are heating up, and one of the newest contenders in the game is the heavily refreshed Samsung Galaxy S6. While I’m admittedly not the biggest fan of Samsung, I decided to give their latest effort a go. I demoed the device for two weeks and despite my expectations, the Samsung Galaxy S6 is truly bringing sexy, and Samsung, back.
When Motorola teased an image of their upcoming smartwatch back in March of this year, they said it best with their teaser: “It’s Time.” And time it is indeed. Time for us to stop pulling out our phones in the middle of a conversation to check a message. Time for wearables to finally reach a critical tipping point. Time for a smartwatch to actually look like a watch.
The Moto 360 does all of that, and while it’s the first version of a product that will no doubt be around for years, the essential functions of the device have had a major impact on the way I work.
Late last night Motorola unveiled four new products, including the Moto 360 smartwatch, Moto Hint, and the new Moto G and Moto X. I’ve been using a Galaxy S5 for the past six months, and as you may have heard, I’m not that thrilled about it. I was a huge fan of the original Moto X, and I’m excited to see Motorola improve its successor, even if the changes are mostly incremental. Here are the top five things I’m excited for in the new handset.
Last month Samsung released their latest flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S5. Though I’ve been happily using a Moto X for about half a year, I lost the device, so I decided to pick up a Charcoal Black Galaxy S5. Over the past month, I’ve been using the device heavily, and while I’ve been impressed with certain aspects of the device, I’m struggling to understand why so many loyalists flag the Samsung Galaxy line as the quintessential Android phone. Confession: I’m not seeing it that way.
Read on for both the good and bad of the Samsung Galaxy S5.