Several reports in South Korean media suggest Samsung is preparing a low-cost version of the Note 3, as well as one that is equipped with a plastic-based display.
Sprint has finally revealed its pricing and release date plans for the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear. Both devices will arrive October 4th, with the Note 3 setting customers back $349.99 with contract. Keep reading for more details!
Sprint is reportedly going to launch the Galaxy Note 3 on October 2, although the carrier is yet to officially confirm that rumored release date.
We take a close look at the displays of the Galaxy Note 3, the Galaxy Note 2, and the Galaxy S4.
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The Galaxy Note 3 will reportedly be in stock with Best Buy starting with September 19, although the launch date is not yet official.
Interested in pre-ordering the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 from T-Mobile? The uncarrier has confirmed that pre-orders start on September 18th.
Two new alleged images of the HTC One Max surface online, showing what we believe to be a fingerprint scanner.
The “Design Your Life” ad campaign for the new Note 3 and Galaxy Gear will focus on software features. Here’s the first “short film” in the campaign.
Last week, Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 3. While we’ve already compared the Note 3 to a variety of different handsets, now it is time to see how it stacks up against the HTC One.