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.
Those who own the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 can now join in on the newer Jelly Bean flavor fun, for the Android 4.1.2 firmware for the phablet has leaked online. It’s not exactly Android 4.2, but there are still some nifty features to be found.
According to a source, Samsung will release more colorful variants of the Galaxy Note 2, as well as the Galaxy S3 Mini, during the Mobile World Congress 2013. Will pink be available to choose from?
About a month ago, Samsung updated the Software Development Kit (SDK) for the Galaxy Note series, but it didn’t come with the tool that’d make it easier for developers to create apps that are compatible with the Note 2’s multi-window function. As a follow up, version 2.2.5 of the S Pen SDK for the Note series is now available to download from Samsung’s website.
What happens when you combine two of Samsung’s 2012 flagship devices in order to create a totally new handset? You get a 5-inch Galaxy Grand, which will reportedly launch by the end of the month, and offer buyers the best of the two worlds.
Did your Galaxy S3 receive its proper Jelly Bean update already? If it didn’t then you may want to check yet another leaked Jelly Bean build for Samsung’s flagship device.
We mentioned a couple of months ago that Samsung was planning to release a special variant of the Galaxy Note 2 for the Chinese market, one that comes with dual-SIM support. It seems we’re nearing its launch date.
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Samsung likes to call it as the next big thing, but some just think that it’s too big. If you’ve been waiting for the AT&T variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to arrive, today is the day that the smartphone finally hits stores. While you’re there, you can pick up the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 as well.