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.
U.S. Galaxy Note 2 fans that desperately wanted to buy the device from Verizon should be happy to hear that the 5.5-inch handset is approaching its official launch. Better late than never, right?
We know how it goes: you’ve had your eye on the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 2, but just haven’t been able to justify the $299 it would cost you to get one. Well you’re in luck, because now you can grab the Note 2 for a cool $174.99.
Samsung has partnered up with BMW for an artistic marketing campaign in Seoul, Korea for the Galaxy Note 2.
Samsung is on track of selling over 60 million handsets this quarter, according to some estimates, and given that we’re in the highly productive Christmas quarter, we wouldn’t be surprised to see that happen, especially considering Samsung’s mobile sales so far this year.
Depending on who you ask we’re now in the post PC era, where mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets are becoming more and more popular with the crowds that regular PCs. But essentially these are smaller and smaller personal computers that are slowly picking up some of the workload from their older brothers, the regular keyboard-and-mouse PCs.
Just yesterday we talked about a dual-SIM Galaxy S3 model that was spotted in China, and now we’re going to move to the other dual-SIM Samsung flagship device that was rumored to be available soon in the region, the Galaxy Note 2.
Trust T-Mobile to reveal its Black Friday promotion in the 11th hour, but at least the details are now here for folks who have been waiting to see what crazy hot deals the carrier has up its sleeve. Can you say cheaper Galaxy Note 2?
We’ve had various Galaxy S4 rumors these days, and while we’re a long way from the actual launch of Samsung’s 2013 flagship Android smartphone, we’re apparently soon going to get a little preview of what the device could look like.
Analysts from investment bank UBS are predicting sales of 61.5 million units for Samsung in Q4. That figure will be driven by stellar sales of the popular Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.