Since the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6, Samsung phones have supported so-called Adaptive Fast Charging. With the proper adapter, that means you can charge your phones faster than ever before, without wearing out your battery or making your phone too hot. In this article, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about choosing the right Samsung fast charger.
Peter Lik is the highest-selling photographer in the world, well known for his landscape and natural photos. Armed with a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+, he has taken an incredible series of photos in the American West, including Utah and Arizona, and even some shots in Hawaii. The pictures are fantastic, showing off the kind of quality photography that is possible with a good eye and a solid shooting platform like a modern smartphone – and particularly Samsung’s latest models.
Earlier today we covered the best accessories for Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, and now we’re looking at the other side of the 4.7-inch Samsung coin: the Galaxy Note 5. This phone isn’t available in the UK and Europe, but it is available in the US… so let’s look at what accessories we can recommend for this top-performing phone!
Samsung unveiled its latest handsets on Thursday, a pair of 5.7-inch devices aimed at the top end of the market. We’ve already taken a closer look at the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, so let’s look at the other that Samsung announced: the Galaxy Note 5.
One of the stars of Samsung’s recent Unpacked event in NYC wasn’t a smartphone, although they did announce two flagships. It was actually a new wireless charger capable of something remarkable: actually charging your phone at the same speed as a wired charger. It’s called the Samsung Fast Charge Pad, and it’s coming soon to Mobile Fun! In fact, we’re the first to announce a UK price for the Fast Charge Pad: £55.