Review: Samsung Impression
The Impression uses a resistive touch screen matched with Samsung's TouchWiz user interface. The screen works well enough. The strength of the haptics can be controlled by the end user, and I found it had fewer false positives than other Samsung touch-phones. Even though it's an improvement over devices such as the first Instinct and Glyde, I still feel like the resistive touch screen is a bit finicky.
Hands On with the Moto G
Motorola's mid-range wonder boasts a significant number of upgrades over last year's handset, making it a compelling option. Here are our first impression of this welterweight device.
Review: Samsung Galaxy J7 for Boost Mobile
Samsung's mid-range Galaxy J7 finds solid footing among Boost Mobile's smartphone roster. This Android handset brings a lot to the table with a 5.5-inch screen, 13-megapixel camera, and Android 6 Marshmallow.
Review: Samsung Galaxy Note Edge for Sprint
The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is a unique Android smartphone thanks to its curved display. Samsung puts the extra pixels to good use, but it could have done a lot more.
Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 4 for AT&T
Samsung is back with a new Note. This time around Samsung went bolder, but not necessarily bigger, with the Note 4.
Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 5 for Verizon Wireless
Samsung's top-of-the-line smartphone impresses with its classy design and blistering performance. The Galaxy Note 5 is a compelling Android device with its big screen, fast processor, and capable camera.