It’s bloody hard to pick a winner from this bunch. They each have their upsides and some very minor downs. The HTC One camera is a disappointment but it looks smashing; the Samsung feels cheesy but is incredibly light and has a fantastic camera; and the waterproof Z could come in very handy, while Sony have also done amazing things with the modding community.
Press release follows: Samsung delivers a unique smartphone experience with Omnia W, a phone that puts people first This is the first Samsung device utilising the latest release of Windows Phone and offers power, social connectivity and a vivid SuperAMOLED display that delivers a stunning visual experience AUCKLAND, New Zealand – 31 October 2011 – […]
Samsung have just announced that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be available in Vodafone stores “this week”. No word on pricing or whether sales will be stopped by Apple, like they were in Australia. Full press release follows: Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 hits New Zealand Kiwis to get their hands on the world’s thinnest mobile […]
A year or so ago I had a play with the Samsung NX10 and was unimpressed. Sure it had a sensor that most full-on DSLRs would be proud of, but it just didn’t wow me. DPReview called it “a good start”. Now, Samsung have released the NX100. On paper it seems incredibly similar to the […]
It really is quite stunning. With the right mix of hardware and software, it actually feels like this television is about 2 feet deep, when in fact it’s not much more than an inch.