Review: Samsung Flight II
Touch sensitivity on the Samsung Flight II could be quite bad. On the home screens and main menus, the Flight lagged behind my touch, sometimes by more than a couple seconds. Although the screen is technically capacitive, it acted more like a poor resistive touch panel, because the phone didn't just lag, it seemed to require some pressure to respond to my taps. This wasn't as much a problem in simpler apps. I could dial numbers or hit buttons on the music player lightly, and the phone always responded. But just about every other app and feature was significantly slowed by poor touch response.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S9+
Samsung's flagship handset is here and it's a curvaceous, complex piece of consumer electronics. The Galaxy S9+ seemingly has it all: the good looks, the high IQ, and the killer skill set that sets it atop the Android pedestal.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S7 for Verizon Wireless
Samsung's 2016 flagship represents the company's best effort in the fight for smartphone dominance. This beautifully crafted phone stands tall among its competitors, and justly so.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S8
Samsung's Galaxy S8 flagship raises the bar for smartphones thanks to its eye-popping display, attractive design, and blistering performance. This Android handset impresses in nearly every way.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S8+
The Samsung Galaxy S8+ is a heavy-hitter that trounces much of the competition. This Android flagship from the world leader in smartphones struts its stuff with pride, despite several pain points that hold it back.
Review: Samsung Galaxy J7 V for Verizon Wireless
This mid-range Android handset is a throwback to Samsung's heritage line of smartphones. It offers a big screen and an even bigger battery wrapped up in a plastic shell.