T-Mobile has yet to formally announce, however according to some users reports, it looks as if they have begun rolling out an update for the Samsung Galaxy Note II. The update is coming over-the-air and arriving as Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with baseband version T889UVUCMK7. Perhaps the key here, this update means T-Mobile Galaxy Note II users will be able to leave behind Android 4.1, which originally arrived back in June as v4.1.2.
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AT&T has launched two special offers. The first of these special offers deals with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 tablet. Specifically, the potential of grabbing the tablet for free. This offer, as one may have guessed, does involve the purchase of a smartphone.
has many fans of the Note franchise excited. A revamped device which promises to improve on it’s predecessor is always a good thing, but the Note 3 might have a few issues. While that big ‘ol battery is nice, it has it’s disadvantages as well.
Verizon branding on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, and well, it looks like Verizon is also going to be screwing with the developer edition of the phablet. But before we get ahead of ourselves, Samsung has confirmed the upcoming availability of a developer edition Galaxy Note 2 for Verizon Wireless.
Galaxy Note 2 may have launched with Jelly Bean, however that does not mean that it cannot be updated. And in fact, T-Mobile has just announced an upcoming update. The update will be available beginning on December 19, which is this coming Wednesday. It will bring a new feature along with some fixes.
Samsung Galaxy Note II. Today T-Mobile confirmed the device is available starting today, AT&T announced yesterday their version is coming soon, and we'll be hearing from the rest shortly. Samsung is wasting no time getting right back to their awesome phone? tablet? commercials just like with the original Note. Check it out below.
Samsung Galaxy Note II. The smartphone needs no introduction as the newest sibling to the device that started the "phablet" trend. Samsung's Note is back and better than ever with an improved, thinner, more powerful design for round two. The original Galaxy Note was odd and large to say the least but this time around Samsung refined the entire experience. Read on to see our thoughts on the new Note II.
Galaxy Note II phablet smartphone has been leaked hours before their official announcement. Uh Oh! The new Galaxy Note II with its massive 5.5-inch display and quad-core processor (according to rumors) has now all been confirmed in some leaks thanks to those sneaky guys at PocketNow.