third Galaxy Note smartphone has leaked in the wild. Following a successful Galaxy Note II release, we're getting our first look at the upcoming 5.99-inch Galaxy Note 3, or at least a prototype of some sort. One that's obviously being covered in a protective shell to disguise the design and identity of the device. Which is nothing new. Read on for more details and thoughts.
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Galaxy Note 3 lately, however it looks like Verizon has just given a reason to pay attention to the currently available Galaxy Note II. That reason, or more specifically, the 100 reasons have arrived in the form of a price cut. Simply put, Verizon Wireless has slashed the price of the Galaxy Note II and the handset is now sitting at $199.99.
NVIDIA have been showing off their new core-deep and integrated DirectStylus capability that's been added to the Tegra 4. Which will in turn be a feature in upcoming quad-core T4 tablets and more.
Galaxy Note 3 rumors have focused quite a bit on the processor and the display, however it looks like we are now getting some dealing with the camera. Or more specifically, some rumors dealing with the camera as well as some of the related features. The details are coming by way of the Korean language ET News site who are reporting the handset could launch with a 13 megapixel rear-facing camera with optical image stabilization.
Samsung still hasn't offered any official details on the Galaxy Note 3, however the rumors continue to surface. This later round of rumors deals with the build quality. Despite hopes of seeing the Note 3 roll-out with an improved build quality, it is looking like Samsung is going to continue the plastic trend.
Android 4.1.2. Earlier in the day we saw details about the Verizon branded Galaxy Note II update and now we have details of the AT&T branded Galaxy Note (i717). The AT&T Galaxy Note update will be available beginning on May 3, 2013, however those looking for the update should know that it will not be coming over-the-air.
Galaxy Note 3 rumors appear to be heating up once again. Yesterday brought what was originally thought to be an in-the-wild style image of the handset. Unfortunately, that device was later proven to be a Galaxy Note clone. Perhaps nicer though, earlier this morning brought mention of Samsung having three separate prototypes in testing. We haven't seen much more than the basics on that, however it is now looking like the Galaxy Note 3 is going to be a real powerhouse.
Samsung to announce (and subsequently release) the Galaxy Note 3 later in the year. But as of now we have yet to see anything official come from Samsung. Instead, what we have been dealing with in terms of the phablet have been leaks and rumors. It seemed as if we were getting a look at the Note 3 earlier in the week, but that was later shown to be nothing more than a clone device.
Samsung has had a place in the mid-size tablet market for a while now, and their newest piece of machinery takes things to a new level. The Galaxy Note 8.0 is the happy medium between the company’s Galaxy Note 10.1 and the 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II, and we first took a look at the new device during Mobile World Congress back in February. It comes with the infamous S Pen, as well as a quad-core processor to keep things humming along nicely. However, the tablet starts at $400, which is a bit expensive compared to other tablets in the same playing field, which makes us wonder what’s so special about this specific slate. Let’s take a peek.
Samsung's latest and greatest smartphone the GALAXY S4, but that wasn't the only interesting device they revealed yesterday. Samsung also has a GamePad in the works to take on NVIDIA's Shield and many others. Like many of you we are already looking forward to the "Next Big Thing" from Samsung. That of course being the much rumored Galaxy Note III smartphone tablet hybrid. So how do those two come together? Read on to find out.