Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review: The Best Android Phone

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review: The Best Android Phone

I know that the title is going to catch a lot of shit, because when you say that anything is the best of anything, well, let’s just say this is the Internet. Except it’s true. The sad truth is that the Android market is in a pretty terrible state. Most OEMs are using the Snapdragon 810 in their flagships, which has a well known throttling issue. Other OEMs are using the Snapdragon 808, which is…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Video Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Video Review

There’s no getting around this. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is one of the best phones on the market right now, only overshadowed possibly by the brand new iPhone 6S, and of course, the rest of Samsung’s lineup, including the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, and the Galaxy S6 Edge+. Earlier this week, I published the first part of the video review, which was dedicated to the S Pen. Here’s the rest of it.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review Part 1: S Pen

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review Part 1: S Pen

I’m getting closer and closer to the finish line in reviewing the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Over the weekend, I was all set to do the video review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Then it hit me. The S Pen really deserves its own video. The S Pen is what makes the Note series the Note series, and Samsung adds functionality to the S Pen with each iteration of the Note. Check out the…

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Review: Samsung Finally Gets it Right

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Review: Samsung Finally Gets it Right

By Rich W Woods For those that know me or follow FTLoT, you know that I have never historically been a fan of Samsung phones. When I reviewed the Galaxy Note 4, it was titled A Perversion of Innovation. When I reviewed the Galaxy Note Edge, it was called Samsung Makes the Note 4 Worse. When I watched Samsung unveil the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge at Mobile World Congress, I was not impressed….

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Flashback Friday: Hands on with Windows Mobile 6

Flashback Friday: Hands on with Windows Mobile 6

By Rich W Woods I recently received the Samsung Blackjack, a Windows Mobile 5 phone that had been upgraded to Windows Mobile 6. I’ve recently been intrigued by the history of Windows’s mobile efforts, as they have more experience with mobile than Apple and Google combined, if you count Apple as starting their experience with the iPhone.

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Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Review: Samsung makes the Note 4 Worse

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Review: Samsung makes the Note 4 Worse

By Rich W Woods It’s been a month since I wrote my review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review: A Perversion of Innovation. It was just as I described in the title. It was a fantastic piece of hardware with a blazingly fast processor, a beautiful AMOLED display, and a stunning 16 MP rear camera. Despite all of that, it was a terrible phone. It was a perversion of what…

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review: A Perversion of Innovation

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review: A Perversion of Innovation

By Rich W Woods Perversion: the alteration of something from its original course, meaning, or state to a distortion or corruption of what was first intended. Innovation: a new method, idea, product, etc. Almost a year and a half ago, when I started For the Love of Tech, I called my reviews User Reviews. The reason for this was because the products that I was reviewing were products that I used for my day to day life….

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Samsung Gear Live: A User Review

By Rich W Woods It seems like a lifetime ago but it was only about a month ago on June 25 when Google announced Android Wear at Google IO. There were three watches that were announced. The LG G Watch shipped on July 3, the Samsung Gear Live shipped on July 8, and the long awaited Moto 360 will ship later this summer. The Moto 360 is clearly the one to be desired. After all,…

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