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Chris Mills from BGR ( 26 Jul 2016 00:00 )

The S7 Active feels like Samsung has finally delivered on the concept it laid out with the first Galaxy Active phone years back: a no-compromises high-end Android phone that doesn’t look out of place on your office desk. Provided you don’t go with the camo color, of course.

The S7 Active feels like Samsung has finally delivered on the concept it laid out with the first Galaxy Active phone years back: a no-compromises high-end Android phone that doesn’t look out of place on your office desk. Provided you don’t go with the camo color, of course.

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Durable greatness

Michael Andronico from Tom's Guide ( 25 Jul 2016 00:00 )

Get the S7 Active if you’re looking for a nearly indestructible phone that doesn’t look like it came from a construction site. The less expensive Cat S60 survived durability tests with greater consistency, while the similarly priced Galaxy S7 Edge is the better choice if you place a premium on looks. More

Get the S7 Active if you’re looking for a nearly indestructible phone that doesn’t look like it came from a construction site. The less expensive Cat S60 survived durability tests with greater consistency, while the similarly priced Galaxy S7 Edge is the better choice if you place a premium on looks.

It is still clearly an entry-level device

Andreas Osthoff from Notebookcheck ( 21 Jul 2016 00:00 )

Besides the cameras, you also have to make compromises in terms of performance and memory equipment. The Galaxy J1 still does not support 5 GHz WLAN. Positive aspects are obviously the long battery runtime and the compact and sturdy chassis. You cannot go wrong with the 2016 model in general, but we. More

Besides the cameras, you also have to make compromises in terms of performance and memory equipment. The Galaxy J1 still does not support 5 GHz WLAN. Positive aspects are obviously the long battery runtime and the compact and sturdy chassis. You cannot go wrong with the 2016 model in general, but we would still wait with the purchase until the price has dropped a bit.

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The S Pen is still mightier than the edge

Malarie Gokey from Digital Trends ( 20 Jul 2016 00:00 )

Samsung is still the king of phablets, but the gap is closing. When it comes to value for money, the Nexus 6P and the OnePlus 3 are tempting alternatives. The S Pen is the Note 5’s killer feature, and the main thing that sets it apart from other big phones like the LG G5 or the iPhone 6S Plus. More

Samsung is still the king of phablets, but the gap is closing. When it comes to value for money, the Nexus 6P and the OnePlus 3 are tempting alternatives. The S Pen is the Note 5’s killer feature, and the main thing that sets it apart from other big phones like the LG G5 or the iPhone 6S Plus. Note-takers, power users, and artists love the S Pen for a reason: It’s truly fantastic. The Note 5 takes the stylus to the next level, making Samsung’s phablet the best phone for creatives.

A stronger and longer-lasting Galaxy

Dan Graziano from Cnet ( 19 Jul 2016 00:00 )

The Galaxy S7 Active has everything we love about the original model, but with a tougher build and a battery that lasts for days.

The Galaxy S7 Active has everything we love about the original model, but with a tougher build and a battery that lasts for days.

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Value driven

GSMArena team from GSMArena ( 17 Jul 2016 00:00 )

Even though the J3 (2016) is a basic package, there is still a lot to like about the value-conscious handset, even though it reminds us how little has changed in Samsung’s strategy in the low-end in past couple of years. Actually, the latter point will be illustrated even better by some of the J3’s. More

Even though the J3 (2016) is a basic package, there is still a lot to like about the value-conscious handset, even though it reminds us how little has changed in Samsung’s strategy in the low-end in past couple of years. Actually, the latter point will be illustrated even better by some of the J3’s competitors and how far they’ve come. But even with its basic hardware, the phone still has one undisputed draw – the colorful Super AMOLED display, which not too long ago was actually out of reach for even midrangers.

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It falls short of being a true Surface competitor.

Jason Cipriani from APC ( 15 Jul 2016 00:00 )

In fact, the TabPro S’s only significant shortcoming comes in the form of a rather puzzling omission: no stylus. That’s disappointing because, for all its improvements, Windows 10 isn’t the best OS when it comes to interacting with your fingers.

In fact, the TabPro S’s only significant shortcoming comes in the form of a rather puzzling omission: no stylus. That’s disappointing because, for all its improvements, Windows 10 isn’t the best OS when it comes to interacting with your fingers.

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A gem of a smartphone

Jonathan Bray from Alphr ( 14 Jul 2016 00:00 )

The Samsung Galaxy A5 is a tough smartphone to pigeonhole. On the one hand, it looks as good as any flagship phone, and battery life is stupendous; on the other, the hardware inside isn’t quite up to snuff, falling fractionally behind rivals such as the OnePlus 3, Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P for spe. More

The Samsung Galaxy A5 is a tough smartphone to pigeonhole. On the one hand, it looks as good as any flagship phone, and battery life is stupendous; on the other, the hardware inside isn’t quite up to snuff, falling fractionally behind rivals such as the OnePlus 3, Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P for speed and camera quality.

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The new S6 with microSD

Katharine Byrne from Expert Reviews ( 12 Jul 2016 00:00 )

The only real problem with the Galaxy A5 (2016) is that it currently costs just as much as a Galaxy S6 if you’re buying on contract. When the S6 has a higher resolution screen, a faster processor, more onboard storage and a better camera, it’s not really much of a contest. The one thing the A5 (2016. More

The only real problem with the Galaxy A5 (2016) is that it currently costs just as much as a Galaxy S6 if you’re buying on contract. When the S6 has a higher resolution screen, a faster processor, more onboard storage and a better camera, it’s not really much of a contest. The one thing the A5 (2016) does have in its favour, though, is a microSD card slot, which the S6 is entirely lacking. As a result, this makes the A5 much more flexible than the S6, as you can always upgrade your storage later on (it supports cards up to 128GB) rather than being stuck with what you buy upfront.

A Windows 2-in-1 through and through

Michael Desjardin from Reviewed ( 12 Jul 2016 00:00 )

The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is arguably more successful as a tablet than a 2-in-1, and that’s mostly due to its cumbersome keyboard and awkward stand angles. But if you can get past the shakiness of the TabPro trying to be your next ultrabook, there’s a lot to appreciate about it. F. More

The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is arguably more successful as a tablet than a 2-in-1, and that’s mostly due to its cumbersome keyboard and awkward stand angles. But if you can get past the shakiness of the TabPro trying to be your next ultrabook, there’s a lot to appreciate about it. From the sleek, highly-portable design, to the respectable hardware underneath, the Galaxy TabPro S truly feels like a premium device.

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