Samsung has begun sending out media invites for a Galaxy Note 4 launch event in India on October 15th. The phone will be available for purchase on October 17th.
Samsung is ready to commercialize wireless technology that can handle transfer speeds of up to 575MB per second. A 1GB movie could be streamed in less than three seconds at this speed.
Another busy week in the world of Android: our Nexus fever reached new highs thanks to new reports about Google’s upcoming devices, Samsung shared some bad news, Motorola’s Droid Turbo stopped being a secret, HTC launched its selfie-focused Desire Eye and RE Camera, Lenovo surprised us with its quirky new Yoga tablets, and Google released big updates to several of its Android apps.
If you can’t wait to get your grubby paws on the shiny new Note 4, the device is currently in stock on Amazon.
Some people are worried about the “future proofing” of the Note 4. The worry seems to be that, if Samsung keeps the Note 4 as 32-bit only, when some models are capable of running in 64-bit mode, then the Note 4 has no future, it is doomed. Such thinking really isn’t warranted. Let me explain.
Interbrand published its annual brand value report, and technology companies are once again dominating the top 10.
Samsung’s new extended warranty program covers accidental damage, including drops, spills, and cracked screens, as well as electrical and mechanical failures, and other issues.
The UK release of the Galaxy Note 4 has been postponed until October 17th, due to unexpectedly high levels of demand.
Two new Samsung Note 4 commercials have arrived, showcasing the S-Pen and the device’s QHD display.
A new bend test from Unbox Therapy’s Lewis Hilsenteger attempts to see how the Note 4 compares to the iPhone 6 Plus went put through the bend test. The results are a bit surprising.