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.
We take a quick look at how the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 stacks up against the Sony Xperia Z Ultra.
Samsung has officially confirmed that the Exynos Octa 5420 used in the Galaxy Note 3 supports heterogeneous multi-processing (HMP). This means that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be the first true eight core device available to the general public.
A new report says that LG and Samsung are fighting to be the first company to release a smartphone with a flexible display, naming the LG Vu 3 and a Galaxy Note 3 version as potential devices to feature the new display tech.
Samsung has sold over 38 million Galaxy Note devices over the past two years and it estimates that it will sell at least 10 million Galaxy Note 3 devices. Such impressive sales numbers demonstrate again the demand for larger screen smartphones, something that only Android manufacturers seem to understand.
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.
It was a busy, busy week for Android lovers, with everything from exciting product launches, to category-defining products, to new versions of Android and glimpses of what’s to come. These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few phrases. It’s must read Android.
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!