Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 review

The 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is the latest example of the company’s weird pricing decisions. At $300, the Tab 3 is expensive for a small tablet that — aside from its 1.5GB of RAM — has fairly modest specs and hardware features.

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5 Reasons why I like Samsung’s Touchwiz

TouchWiz does a lot of things better than stock Android. Sure, some don’t like the bloatware that comes with it, but it’s an easy trade-off for the value that Samsung’s offering adds to your smartphone. Stock Android is nice, but it feels like a bare bones Android skin. The camera features aren’t the best, and stock Android doesn’t really try to offer handy features like Smart Pause or Multi Window. That said, here are the five reasons why I love TouchWiz over stock Android.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

Sony’s liquid-loving Xperia Z just got a bit of extra competition: Samsung just announced a waterproof version of the Galaxy S4. The Galaxy S4 Active shares many specifications with the regular model: a Full HD 1,920×1,080-pixel five-inch display, a 1.9GHz quad-core processor, two-megapixel front-facing camera, 4G LTE, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and the same 2,600mAh battery.

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My Tablet – Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 P3100

Samsung mobiles have always brought out quality handsets and tablets that cater to individual needs based on a large demographic. Tablets are an intermediary between netbooks and smart phones. They have the specifications that are similar to phones, like phone operating systems (Android v4 ICS or Jelly Bean), hardware specs like screen technology, primary and secondary camera, Wi-Fi and Data, Video Recording capability and many other features common to smart phones.

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