Samsung 2011 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Samsung Articles for 2011

Samsung Galaxy S II Review

The Samsung Galaxy S II will come with a 4.3-inch touchscreen and dual-core processor, but will still manage to be very slim. Dragan Petric brings us a review of this[...]

Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 Review: Have Fun Without the Formalities

This isn't a smartphone -- it's a different option for those who want to watch movies, play games, access the Web, or read their emails on an Android-based device that[...]

Samsung Galaxy Nexus for AT&T, T-Mobile Can Now Be Pre-Ordered

Verizon has yet to release its version of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but some lucky AT&T and T-Mobile customers already have this smartphone, courtesey of the online retailer eXpansys. The[...]

Samsung Infuse 4G Review: Smartphone or Mini-Tablet?

With its 4.5-inch display, the Samsung Infuse 4G from AT&T skirts the line between smartphone and mini-tablet. However you classify it, this Android smartphone is packed with features, like 18GB+[...]

Samsung Nexus S Review

The Samsung Nexus S is the first smartphone to run Google's Android OS 2.3, also known as Gingerbread. Reviewer Jen Edwards says this cutting-edge device has a beautiful 4-inch contour[...]

Google Android OS 4.0 Review: Find Out What’s New and Different

The latest version of Google's mobile operating system is Android OS 4.0 (aka "Ice Cream Sandwich"). This debuted recently on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but will eventually be running on[...]

Samsung Galaxy S 4G Review

The Samsung Galaxy S 4G is the first smartphone to fully support T-Mobile's HSPA+ network, and sports a 4-inch touchscreen. Jen Edwards bring us an in-depth review of this Android[...]

Samsung Galaxy S II vs. Samsung Epic 4G Touch: Sprint and T-Mobile Go Head-to-Head

Trying to decide between T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy S II and Sprint's Samsung Epic 4G Touch? These two are very similar, but not identical, and this comparison should help.

Netflix for Android Review: Streaming Movies to Your Smartphone

Netflix streams movies and TV shows to smartphones, not just PCs. According to Adama Brown, the free app for Android OS delivers excellent video streaming to phones, but still needs[...]

Samsung Epic 4G Touch Review: Has It All

The Samsung Epic 4G Touch is one of the most advanced smartphones available from Sprint. Jen Edwards brings us a review of this device, which is a version of the[...]

Samsung Says Android OS 2.2 for the Samsung Captivate, Fascinate, Vibrant, Epic 4 Still on the Way

Samsung says the long-delayed upgrade to Android OS 2.2 for the U.S. versions of the Samsung Galaxy S is still in testing. The company says it will be available "as[...]

Samsung Nexus S 4G Review

The Samsung Nexus S 4G is a WiMAX-enabled version of the smartphone Google recommends for developers. It sports an innovative curved display, NFC, and many other high-end features. Read this[...]

The Best Smartphones for College Students

Just about every student wants a smartphone, and rightly so -- a good phone can keep them on track balancing their classes and social life, and also keep them in[...]

Samsung Droid Charge Review: Great Screen, Terrible Battery

The Super AMOLED screen on the Samsung Droid Charge is a sight to behold, but is that enough of a reason to by this recent addition to Verizon Wireless' lineup[...]

Samsung Galaxy S II Review: T-Mobile’s Best Android Smartphone

The Samsung Galaxy S II pulls out all the stops, offering virtually every feature a smartphone shopper is looking for. T-Mobile's version of this Android device has a 1.5 GHz[...]

Samsung Epic 4G Touch vs. HTC EVO 3D: Which Sprint Smartphone is Top Dog?

Brighthand has tested all of the top smartphones, and can provide you with the insight you need to make the right decision. Today we're comparing two smartphones from Sprint, the[...]

Most Popular Smartphones for July 2011

Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. This month's list is a good mix of[...]

Samsung Galaxy S II from T-Mobile First-Look Review

T-Mobile is about to introduce its version of the Samsung Galaxy S II, and Brighthand already has a unit in hand for testing. Read on to learn our first thoughts[...]

HTC 7 Pro Windows Phone Might Debut from Sprint in February

At CES last week, Sprint's CEO showed off his company's upcoming model running Windows Phone 7. Today, Sprint invited journalists to an event that could be the launch of this[...]

Samsung Continuum Review

The Samsung Continuum is an Android OS smartphone with an unusual design built around two Super AMOLED touchscreens, as well as a set of other high-end features. Jen Edwards brings[...]