The Galaxy Note 10.1 is the bigger brother of the Galaxy Note smartphone, and as you can deduct from its name, it’s a 10.1 tablet that features a pressure sensitive S-pen with much higher accuracy than your regular “capacitive stylus”, just like the original Galaxy Note and the upcoming Galaxy Note 2.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 was supposed to arrive in June but it got delayed, apparently to put the same Exynos 4 Quad processor in it that the Galaxy S3 has as well. The quad core processor is a welcome addition because the Galaxy Note 10.1 seems to have a more advanced multi-tasking system, that allows you to [...]
Mockup by GSMArena
A few days ago, we told you that Samsung sent out press invites to members of the media for a special event scheduled to take place on August 15. At the time, we wondered whether the company would announce the Galaxy Note 2, its second-generation smartphone/tablet during the presser, especially since Samsung was said a few weeks ago to unveil the new phablet on August 30 in Berlin, a day ahead of the start of the German IFA 2012 tech show.
However, an even more distant report suggested that Samsung is interested in launching the Galaxy Note 2 as fast as possible, in order to beat the sixth-generation iPhone to [...]
Mockup by GSMArena
The Galaxy Note 2 is the next big thing coming from Samsung, quite literally. The device is set to boast a whopping 5.5-inch screen, but its actual size will not increase, thanks to a thinner bezel. Moreover, we suspect that the Note 2 will come rather soon. As we’ve told you in our Galaxy Note 2 rumor roundup, Samsung has scheduled an Unpacked event on August 30, which seems like the best occasion to launch the magnificent successor of the Note.
Now, PhoneArena has spotted an interesting entry in GLBenchmark. A device that identified itself as Samsung GT-N7100 briefly showed up in the benchmarks’ database. The original Galaxy Note carried the [...]
Just 3 weeks ago the CyanogenMod team launched the CM9 RC1 version, a day before Google I/O where Google announced the new version of Android, Jelly Bean. “RC” means Release Candidate, which is a way of saying that as far as they know the bugs have been fixed (so it’s not in beta anymore), but it’s not the “final” version yet, because there may be some other issues with the ROM that they may have missed.
The RC stage is the phase where they make sure the software is stable. This could mean there will be one more RC version or two or three, before the final one arrives. But from what I understand from the [...]
Being an owner of a Samsung Galaxy Note, you may have encountered some little inconveniences when it comes to accessing a certain app when you need to use it right away. Because of the Galaxy Note’s rather wide screen, you’ll find it a bit taxing to tap and flip through screens just to launch an app. This is exactly why widgets were made.
If you are not really a fan of widgets, you should try considering using some to make your life easier and more comfortable. With just a tap, you can launch an app right from your homescreen. We’ve listed some of the best widgets that will best go with the Samsung Galaxy Note in terms of performance and aesthetics. [...]
After a hint or two, it’s nice to see the Galaxy Note finally being introduced by T-Mobile. The wonder phablet, which has been available with AT&T for quite some time, will be coming to T-Mo complete with all the bells and whistles of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and the Premium Suite.
The Samsung Galaxy Note sports a 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED display, a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S3 processor, 1GB RAM, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing camera, 4G connectivity, and 2,500mAh battery.
It is the first phone-and-tablet hybrid to be received exceptionally well by the market – so much [...]
Ah, the joy of working in public relations! With a simple tweet, you can make the day of countless eager Android fans…
Today, a PR person from T-Mobile confirmed on Twitter that the phone-cum-tablet Galaxy Note is coming to the Magenta network. That’s great news, even if it’s we did kinda know about it for a long while. Let’s see… there was an FCC approval, the leaked support docs, the Win and Spin contest on Facebook, and a press photo that suggested an obviously inaccurate July 11 launch date.
The tweet is more of a teaser than an official announcement of any sort. It only confirms that the Note is coming to T-Mobile and promises that further details will come [...]
According to local news outlet Maeil Business Newspaper, Samsung is expected to increase its already impressive lead in the South Korean mobile market. After dominating the smartphone market in the first half of 2012 with a share of 66%, company executives predict that Samsung will reach an unprecedented 70% market share in July.
According to a high-ranking Samsung official, the electronics mammoth already controls almost 69% of the fast growing LTE-enabled phone segment. The strong push into the LTE segment is one of the factors that explain Samsung’s blow out performance. Phones like the Galaxy S2 HD LTE and the Galaxy S3 (which sold a record-shattering 50,000 units [...]
A few days ago we told you that Samsung has already scheduled a special Unlocked event for August 30 in Berlin, Germany – a day ahead of IFA 2012 – where the company is expected to unveil it’s next-gen phablet, the Galaxy Note 2.
Galaxy Note 2 rumors are flying left and right, with the South Korean Android manufacturer said to be interested in launching the device before Apple releases its sixth-generation smartphone, also expected to hit in the following months.
Without revealing any Galaxy Note 2 details, Samsung has started taking registrations from developers for a special developer day at this year’s IFA event.
With most Galaxy Note owners having already gotten their Ice Cream Sandwich treat (including Canadian Note owners), what new software update could Samsung possible be rolling out for the phablet? Wishful thinkers may hope to find some delightful jelly beans, but it’s actually only version 4.0.4 of ICS.
Galaxy Note owners in Germany first reported the Android 4.0.4 update, but it has since reached other regions such as several South East Asian countries.
Aside from the usual bug fixes, the XXLRG update also comes with signature unlock (by using the S Pen), new icons and a new restart button. Those who have received the new firmware reported their device [...]