Though it’s the Korean firm’s flagship devices that tend to grab the headlines, Samsung also makes a fairly compelling line of mid-low end devices. The latest of these was revealed today in the form of the Galaxy S4 Mini. Like the S3 Mini before it, the mid-range handset presents a scaled-down version of its big brother, in both size and performance. The handset shares its aesthetics with the full-size Galaxy S4, available in the same…"Samsung’s new handset is a more pocket-friendly alternative to the full-size S4"
With Samsung’s Galaxy Note II already blurring the lines between a smartphone and a tablet – earning the moniker “phablet” – it seems the Korean electronics giant is now looking to have the device blur the lines between a phablet and a desktop computer. The company’s new Galaxy Note II Smart Dock gives the Galaxy Note II a mini desktop PC form factor to turn it into what Samsung calls “a productivity powerhouse.” Once a…"Samsung’s Galaxy Smart Dock allows peripherals and a monitor to be connected to the Galaxy Note II"