With a vast array of tablets, smartphones and now new wearable technology in the Samsung Galaxy range, this once small sub-brand has now become a viable name in its own right.
The power of the Galaxy name was demonstrated when the Galaxy S4 was first unveiled in New York in March, with a lavish Broadway-style extravaganza at Radio City Music Hall. One month later, the device made its way to local shores (or Sydney Harbour to be more specific) and, once again, the local launch did not disappoint.
Samsung Galaxy S4
You could forgive Samsung for going overboard at its GS4 launch, taking over the Sydney Opera House — including the Sails — to show off its flagship handset, because this device delivers on expectation. Smart, fast and multilingual, the GS4 is a true superphone, even if it does feel a little plasticky in the hand.
And users can wrap up their new smartphone in a Cygnett case (RRPs vary). Available in a plethora of colours and styles, Cygnett is a true Aussie success story.
Best Feature: S Translator is a boon for jetsetters, providing instant translations into popular languages.