Samsung’s new Galaxy S9 and S9+ each have an impressive brand new camera lens that can intelligently switch between two different apertures to capture the best daytime and low-light photos.
Samsung’s Galaxy S9 Plus threatens to steal the spotlight from the regular S9. That's because it has dual cameras at the rear, promising truly exceptional photographic capabilities, while the standard normal S9 only has one.
The Galaxy S9 rumours weren't entirely positive. But don’t be misled: the Galaxy S9 is a serious step up from last year’s effort. In particular, its new low-light camera is set to usher in a monumental shift for smartphone photography.
Picture this: The sun is sinking below the horizon, and it's going to be a stunner of a sunset — one for the books (or at the very least, for Facebook).
It's fast, looks great and is definitely a superior tablet but it all comes at a price.
Samsung hasn’t really replaced it or improved upon the Gear S3, the new Gear Sport slots into Samsung’s smartwatch line-up just below the S3.
Last years VR-ready camera, the Gear 360 has now been replaced to great affect.
The Samsung HW-K850 soundbar takes the brilliant Samsung HW-K950 and, effectively, chops it in half, oddly enough.