Our in-depth video review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is online. We are pretty proud of it, and we think you’ll like it too. The video is now available on our YouTube channel (did you subscribe yet?), but we’ve also inserted it below for your viewing pleasure.
A few bits coming out of Canada today, the LG Optimus G has been priced and made available for pre-order with Rogers. And on top of that, rumors are suggesting that Rogers will have the Galaxy Note II priced at $249.99.
Samsung has finally brought the greatly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to South East Asia in general and Malaysia in particular. The 5.5-inch smartphone running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will be available starting October 19 for RM2299.
Moblicity, who is among many other carriers offering the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, has put a pre-order form for the device on their website. As appears to be the case with other Canadian carriers, Moblicity will launch the Galaxy Note 2 on October 30.
Best Buy has given Canadian folks who can’t wait to get the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 something to cheer about. It was only yesterday that we learned about the availability of the phablet on Telus, which is expected to start selling it from October 30 and now we get some sort of confirmation of its price on several carriers.
The displays of Samsung’s two flagship devices, the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note 2, use the PenTile pattern and the RGB pattern, respectively. Today, we bring you a comparison of the two displays.
If you’re a Telus subscriber, the mobile operator has made the all-important announcement of when it’ll have the phablet up for sale. The date you should be marking down on your calendar is October 30. This means that, no more than a week after its official launch, you can already sport the quad-core smartphone/tablet hybrid.
NTT DoCoMo is introducing a few flagship handsets to the Japanese market. We earlier wrote about the LG Optimus G L-01E, but if you’re a Samsung loyalist, we have some good news for you. The Japanese carrier is introducing two new handsets, particularly the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 phablet and an updated Galaxy S3 flagship smartphone.
Late last month we learned that Samsung was planning to hold a launch party for the Galaxy Note 2 outing in America on October 24 in NYC. As we near the date, the official invitation has finally been sent out to the press. It’s highly expected that Samsung – and its carrier partners – will finally shed some light on the phablet’s availability and price.
Given Samsung’s penchant for giving away the source codes of its Android devices and making them publicly available to download, we can easily categorize Samsung as one of the more hacker-friendly Android manufacturers. But is it really the case?