Back in September, Samsung announced a handful of devices that will be getting Jelly Bean. Especially for the Galaxy Note 10.1, the Android 4.1 upgrade will be accompanied by a special Premium Suite. Since nobody seems to read manuals these days, Samsung is choosing the medium of video to showcase the tablet’s premium features, one that should make for an interesting viewing for owners and potential buyers
Although we were a bit disappointed to hear Samsung’s plans to introduce the LTE version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 several months after the non-4G edition’s release, we knew very well that the waiting was going to be worth it.
We are all familiar with Apple’s and Samsung’s legal battles. Today, some new progress emerges as both companies have been granted permission to include new products produced by the other party in their respective patent-based cases.
How well does the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 fare against the freshly released Apple iPad 4? Join us as we analyze the specs and features!
Apparently a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 was chosen as the vessel for a collection of digital memories related to Queen Elizabeth’s 60 year reign. It’s part of a Jubilee digital time capsule organized by the Royal Commonwealth Society.
If you’re looking to get a tablet or two to fill those holiday stockings, Samsung just has the thing that will put you right in the mood for some spending spree: a cashback promotion. Samsung UK offers up to £50 cashback on purchase of the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, and the Galaxy Note 10.1.
If there’s one thing Samsung’s a master at (besides manufacturing reliable and fast gadgets), that’s advertising products in the most unexpected ways.
The Galaxy S3’s bumpy and sluggish Jelly Bean upgrade is more or less done and dusted, so it’s only natural to expect Sammy to move on to the next device that needs Android 4.1.
Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean update rolling out in November, Galaxy Note and Galaxy Note 10.1 getting it in Q4
The Galaxy S3 is finally receiving the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update in several markets, although not in all of them, which means we should expect other Samsung smartphones and tablets to receive the same upgrade at some point in the future, right?
Samsung is making interactive user’s digests for some of its devices available in the Google Play Store. Right now, digests for the Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy S3 are available.