Are you buying a Galaxy Note 3 once it becomes available? If so, what’s the main reason for getting one? Specs? Features? New design? The S Pen? If the Note 3 isn’t for you, what puts you off? Note 3: yea or nay? Vote in our poll and sound off in the comments.
Which new Android phones launched during September? We’ve put a list together of a handful of exciting releases! Read on to find out all about them!
This week, the Oppo N1 landed (CyanogenMod in tow), the Galaxy S5 rumor mill began to rev up, Samsung confirmed its curved display phone, Amazon kindled a new Fire, Google updated apps across the board, and controversy irrupted around the region locking of the Galaxy Note 3.
The Galaxy Note 3 and other Galaxy devices come with a SIM card region locking “feature” – so here’s what you need to know before you purchase an unlocked flagship phone from Samsung.
We drop tested the Galaxy Note 3 from three different positions. Of course, we saved the dreaded front facing drop for last. Here’s what happened.
The HTC One Max is now rumored to be unveiled on October 15, and to have a price similar to the Galaxy Note 3’s. Read on for more details!
We now have a Galaxy Note 3 review unit and the time we need to learn its deepest secrets. The first step, of course, is the unboxing. What’s inside that eco-friendly box?
Samsung Germany confirmed its current flagships will be region locked, meaning they will only work out of the box with SIM cards from the region they were bought from.
Talking about the Galaxy Gear, Samsung execs have basically confirmed that the Android 4.3 update for the Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 will arrive starting with October.
Galaxy Note 3 has been released in 58 countries from around the world, with 82 more to follow soon. In the US, UK, and Europe, the Note 3 is available unlocked, with carriers expected to offer it on contract soon.