Andrew was an Executive Editor, U.S. at Android Central between 2012 and 2020.
When you buy a Galaxy S20, there's a whole lot to get into, to the point where it can be overwhelming and you can forget some of the basics. So, where do you start? Right here.
Samsung's cameras have been consistent, but not exactly leading the market for a couple generations now. The Galaxy S20 looks to be making the changes necessary to flip that narrative.
I've had a solid hour with the Galaxy Z Flip, going over its every curve and getting acquainted with this new form factor. Here are my initial takeaways.
With so much shared between the Galaxy S10+ and Note 10+, it can be a little confusing to decide which one is right for you. The decision actually comes down to just a couple questions.
Samsung's slow progress is hitting the point of making its phones boring — even though they're great.
I had the opportunity to test the new ultrasonic fingerprint sensor at Qualcomm's Snapdragon Summit, and I'm incredibly impressed by its speed and capabilities.
If you've been looking at the Galaxy S20+ or S20 Ultra and balking at their prices, you need to do yourself a favor and see what the V60 has to offer.
I've been using the Galaxy S20 Ultra for a couple days now, and that means it's time to share the first photos I've taken with it — and some of my initial thoughts on how it's performing as well.
Just as we expected given the rumors, Samsung is going to hold its next major Unpacked event on February 11.
Qualcomm has announced the next generation of its in-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, dubbed 3D Sonic Max.
The Galaxy S20+ and S20 Ultra may be part of the same phone lineup, but there are really big differences between the two. We'll help you decide which is right for you.
The OnePlus 8 isn't the newest phone around anymore, but it's still a great option at a reasonable price. Here's what last year's mid-tier model offers in 2021.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra is still a phenomenal overall phone, even several months after launch. But it's still expensive and large, making it a tough sell compared to the Galaxy S20+.
The Galaxy S10 and S10+ were the peaks of Samsung's design and manufacturing prowess in 2019, and they're still fantastic phones in 2020.
After initially reviewing the OnePlus 8, I switched to the 8 Pro to see what the extra money gets you. It turns out it's a much more complete experience — but not without its own flaws.