Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition is faster, smarter, and prettier. We take a look at some of the highlights.
Samsung will offer the Galaxy Note 3 in a variety of colors, but only these three will be available at launch.
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The LTE Galaxy Note 3 model is expected to be more energy-efficient when it comes to LTE-related power consumption, thanks to a special Qualcomm chip (an envelope tracker).
The Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear are said to launch in Canada starting with October 4. Read on for more details!
If the Note 3 and Galaxy Gear combo have you excited, this may not help your heart rate: T-Mobile is giving the pair away! Just for pre-registering for information on their site, you could win the newest combo from Samsung!
U.S. Cellular has finally confirmed it will carry the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, with the device arriving “sometime in October”. Read on for more details!
Are you curious to know more about the Galaxy Note 3’s Air Command menu? We’ve put together an overview, showing you everything you need to know about it! Read on to find out more.
One of the coolest features of the Galaxy Gear/Note 3 combo is the find my device feature. When you find yourself in a situation where your device is just nowhere to be found — but you know it’s around somewhere — the two devices have the ability to find one another.
vVerizon’s Galaxy Note 3 costs $299.99 on a two-year contract or $699 outright, according to a newly leaked Verizon document. Curious to know more? Read on to find out.