The Galaxy Note 10.1 is now heading to US Cellular with 4G LTE in tow. US Cellular will sell the tablet for $499.99 with two-year commitment.
Valentine’s Day is just hours away, so anyone who’s yet to get a present for his significant other is screwed. But wait, because there might be some hope after all… if you’re living in South Korea.
Samsung confirmed that they are discontinuing their keyboard dock for a few of their popular tablets due to “supply issues.” The Korean tech giant will be introducing a new and less practical keyboard solution soon.
Have you ever wondered how the S Pen works with your Galaxy Note device, or how it is powered? Prepare for knowledge, because we’re about to break it down for you.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE is expected to arrive on Verizon anytime now, with a Sprint variant to follow not long after. It looks like U.S. Wireless is going to join the LTE tablet party as well.
With the financial state of most OEMs involved in the Android décor being rather gloomy, you can always count on one company to deliver the goods and rake in the big cheese – Samsung.
A week ago, the WiFi Galaxy Note 10.1 in the U.S. received its Android 4.1.2 software update. The same firmware update is reportedly being pushed out by Samsung to the WiFi Galaxy Note 10.1 in Germany.
If you’ve flashed a deodexed ROM on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 GT-N8000, GT-N8010, and GT-N8013 and can’t wait to customize your tablet, then you can start customizing your tablet by flashing these simple battery indicator mods. XDA Developers member Darkman_RS created these colorful 1% Battery Indicator mods for the Galaxy Note 10.1. Flashing these mods will change the appearance of the stock battery indicator on your tablet. There are 4 types of battery mods: a multi-colored battery indicator, 2 varieties of Ice Cream Sandwich battery indicators, and a gray-themed battery indicator. Take note that you must flash a deodexed…
Samsung has just confirmed the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for three of its best tablets – the Galaxy Tab 2 7, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, and the Note 10.1.
We know that Verizon is going to launch an LTE variant of the Galaxy Note 10.1 pretty soon. Now, it looks like Sprint will also be releasing the Note 10.1 in LTE flavor.