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.
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.
Japan’s NTT DoCoMo to offer Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and updated Galaxy S3 “Alpha”
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.
The stage is set for Samsung Galaxy Note 2’s launch party on October 24 in NYC
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.
Samsung acknowledges lack of documentation for its Exynos SoC, promises solution
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?
Galaxy S3 mini name and announcement confirmed by Samsung’s JK Shin
The Galaxy S3 mini rumors have been floating around the interwebs for quite a while now, although Samsung never confirmed anything. However, more and more reports indicated that the company will unveil the 4-inch Galaxy S3 version during a special event scheduled for October 11 in Germany.
We have known for a while now that T-Mobile is getting the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, even if they had yet to officially confirm the news. It is now official, though we still know very little about when it is coming or how it will be priced.
Certain Samsung devices get interactive user’s digests
The gradual commercial release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in various markets means that tinkerers have been harvesting stock firmwares of the phablet for developing custom ROMs and the likes. However, there’s still one special ingredient missing from the recipe, the Note 2’s source code. This should no longer be a problem, since Samsung has made the source code publicly available.