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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Layout, Parts & Functions

If you just got your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (#S7Edge), it’s better you take time familiarizing it’s layout and knowing its parts and their functions. Your device was elegantly designed by Samsung engineers with its buttons and other components placed in areas where users can easily and comfortably them. The first thing you’ll notice when

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs Apple iPhone 6 Plus – Specs comparison

Again with the new iPhone(s)? Isn’t The Droid Guy supposed to be an Android-centric website? Leave droid fans alone. Be honest, you were thinking or wondering one of these things before you even finished reading our headline. And we completely understand your frustration. For the past two weeks or so, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs LG G3 – Specs comparison

Ladies and gentlemen, the moment we’ve all been waiting for has finally come. Samsung has thrown its hat in the high-end phablet ring once again, and LG is in trouble. Not that Sammy wasn’t well-represented already in the jumbo-sized smartphone supremacy battle. Unsurprisingly, its Galaxy Note 3 aged more than gracefully, likely keeping the G3

Samsung to bring its bio metric sensors to low end smartphones?

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is known for its powerful display and the wide range of software features that it comes with. But one of the highlights of the smartphone which the company heavily endorsed is the fingerprint scanner on the front and more importantly the heart rate monitor below the camera sensor. One of Samsung’s senior

HTC One (M8) vs Samsung Galaxy S5 – Specs Comparison

It’s weird, we expected both HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4’s sequels to knock our socks off, enthrall and amaze with major upgrades like Quad HD display resolutions, bonkers 4 GB RAM modules, OIS cameras and significantly boosted Snapdragon 805 processors, but at the end of the day the One (M8) and Galaxy S5… just

Samsung Galaxy S5 vs LG G2 – Specs Comparison

As Samsung Galaxy S5’s commercial rollout draws near, it’s probably wise to get all the battles out of the way and see how the “next big thing” sizes up against its rivals beforehand. It’s the only way to make sure you’ll embark on a journey of informed buying decisions when the time comes to upgrade.