Review: Samsung Impression
The Impression is another hit-and-miss device from Samsung. It excels at a number of features, such as the QWERTY keyboard, capable browser and decent camera. Other features, such as the music player, don't fare as well. The hardware is mostly good, with a few foibles that got more annoying with continued use (i.e., the lock/unlock button).
The Impression runs the Samsung TouchWiz user interface. It is a decent touch-based UI, but it's not the best one in the world. Considering the price point of some of the competition, the only real advantage the Impression has over some devices is the physical keyboard.
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.