The hackers at XDA Developers forums have successfully rooted the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
Rumors are a dime a dozen, so we want you to take the following article with a few fistfuls of salt. According to SamMobile, which isn’t ashamed to call themselves Samsung fanbois, here are three things Samsung is planning to launch in 2013.
Verizon has just started selling its own Galaxy Note 2 version, and it looks like consumers are already asking Samsung questions about the future of the device, particularly about the multi-window feature.
Samsung Mobile has posted on its YouTube channel a new 30-second TV ad for its second flagship of the year, the Galaxy Note 2, briefly featuring in the clip its recent official protective accessory for the device, the Flip Cover.
SwiftKey Flow, while announced, has yet to come available in Google Play. That said, some Galaxy Note 2 users are reporting an option to enable SwiftKey Flow in the keyboard settings and it appears as if there may have been a quiet launch.
A while ago we told you that Samsung was readying some Flip Covers for its high-end mobile devices including the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2, and it looks like the company is ready to sell them to you.
Coming just as we were expecting, Verizon Wireless has officially launched the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The handset is available online and in retail stores and those interested can expect to shell out $299.99 on a two-year agreement.
While the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is already shipping for customers who pre-ordered it, those who didn’t will soon be able to get their hands on one. The Galaxy Note 2 for Verizon customers arrives in stores tomorrow, November 29.
Just in case you are carrying a Galaxy Note 2 and find yourself worried about the included 3100 mAh battery, Mugen Power has recently announced something quite a bit larger in size, a 6400 mAh battery.
We live in a very exciting world for mobile technology. Now, more than ever, we are experiencing more new and creative ways to use mobile devices than ever before. In a new water-art project, a team of artists and designers are using the popular Galaxy Note 2 as a method to create new water art.