The Samsung Galaxy Book vol 3 is on sale now, packed with tips and tutorials for all Galaxy users, including the new Galaxy S5
If you’re a Samsung Galaxy user – whether a Note , Ace, S or Tab – or if you’re planning to get a new Galaxy S5, you can get fully up to speed with The Samsung Galaxy Book vol 3.
The in-depth new bookazine covers everything you need to know about using a Galaxy, from the mastering S Apps to all discovering all of Android’s essential features. The Samsung Galaxy Book vol 3 is packed with tutorials and tips for all levels of user, and will guarantee that you will be able to use your phone or tablet to its full potential.
The Samsung Galaxy Book vol 3 is on sale now from all good newsagents. You can also buy online through the Imagine Shop.
We review the specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2, two of the best new Android phones announced at Mobile World CongressKey specs
The specs of the Galaxy S5 and Xperia Z2 are very similar. Both are powered by a Snapdragon 80 2.3GHz quad-core processor, with 2GB RAM. They both have a 1080p display (the S5 is SuperAMOLED and the Z2 IPS LCD).
The Z2 has 16GB of internal storage, and the S5 is available in 16 and 32GB versions. Both have microSD card slots. The Z2 has a higher resolution rear camera at 20MP compared to 16MP on the S5, and a slightly larger front facing camera at 2.2MP against 2.0MP. It also has a bigger battery: 3200mAh compared to 2800mAh.
We say: There’s not much in it. This is, however, a rare example of a Samsung flagship phone not completely outspeccing the competition.
Images and specs of the new HTC One have been leaked ahead of its 25th March unveiling.
The successor to one of last year’s most popular phones, the HTC One, will be unveiled on 25th March.
The device will reportedly be available in white, grey and gold editions, and the latter two have already been shown off in images from the renowned Twitter leakster @evleaks. They reveal that the new version of the One will share a very similar design to the original, but with a few notable differences.
The Linux User Raspberry Jam will be the first Raspberry Jam on the south coast, held on 5 April at the RNLI College
Linux User & Developer magazine is holding its first ever Raspberry Jam event, so why not come along and learn about making and programming with Raspberry Pi?
The Linux User Raspberry Jam will take place on 5 April at the RNLI College in Poole, Dorset and there are places for 120 Raspberry Pi enthusiasts to get together with other like-minded programmers, makers and Raspberry Pi experts to learn and share ideas about their creations.
Entry is £5 for the over 16s, but children can come for free. The Jam is a non-profit event and this money is to cover the cost of putting on the event; any money left over will be donated to the RNLI and the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
The Galaxy S5 looks set to launch on 24th February, with leaked specs showing a WQHD display, 16MP camera and KitKat on board
Samsung looks set to unveil the Galaxy S5 on 24th February, after sending out invites to a launch event entitled ‘Unpacked, Episode 1′ where its latest flagship device is expected to be previewed.
Although the S5 was not specifically mentioned on the invite, Samsung was dropping some big hints with the number 5 appearing prominently. The event will take place in Barcelona during Mobile World Congress.
It will also be live streamed at www.youtube.com/samsungmobile.
The Moto X is set to go on sale in the UK from 1st February, on mid-range tariffs starting at £25 per month
The much-hyped Moto X is set to launch in the UK, and will go on sale from 1st February.
The Android phone was originally released in the US last Autumn, and became one of the most highly rated phones of the last year. It is now coming to the UK, along with France and Germany, and will be sold for £380 SIM-free.
The 4.7″, 720p handset packs mid-range specs but performance to rival higher end devices. The 10MP camera is also rated as being among the best on the Android platform. The Moto Maker feature, which enabled US buyers to customise the look of their device, will not be available for UK users initially.