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.
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.
T-Mobile sale for Samsung smartphones set for November 16-17
T-Mobile users, mark your calendars for November 16 and 17 if you are looking for a new Samsung device. According to a newly leaked picture, T-Mobile will be hosting another Samsung sale for new customers looking to grab a new Android phone.
T-Mobile Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2 and other Android handsets to see major price drops
Some of those Sprint customers that are already rocking a Galaxy Note 2 may not have the multi-window feature enabled on their shiny new phablet – an issue spotted with other Galaxy Note 2 as well, but an issue that can be fixed with an update.
LG Optimus G, Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE and Samsung ATIV S “coming soon” to Sasktel Canada
Regional Canadian carrier Sasktel might still be well behind the nationwide big guys – Rogers, Bell and Telus – in terms of number of subscribers, but when talking about product releases, the gap seems to be closing.
eBay Daily Deals has 16GB unlocked Galaxy Note 2 for $579
When Samsung launched the original Galaxy Note back in 2011, we thought it was a joke. Who in their right mind would buy a 5.3 inch smartphone? We have no problem admitting that we were wrong and that our doubts were misplaced. People loved the jumbo sized form factor so much that the Note went on to sell over 10 million units as of mid August. Like clockwork, Samsung refreshed the Note almost one year after launching it at IFA in Berlin. How are sales going? According to Samsung's Korean website, over 3 million units are now in the hands of consumers just 37 days after hitting the market.