The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 may be better and cheaper than the previous Notes but the Galaxy Note Edge will be different. The smartphone is said to be a special version that Samsung is offering it as a limited edition concept.
The Samsung Galaxy Mega 2 was advertised by a Malaysian retailer last month and the new Android smartphone is now available in Asia with a $400 price tag. The Korean tech giant has recently listed the phone on its Thai website.
ZTE has outed yet another one of its budget-friendly Android smartphones, but this time it's partnering with T-Mobile for an exclusive deal. The ZMAX Phablet is big in name and big in size, but it shouldn't be surprising that the smartphone will come up short when it comes to internals.
In the excitement leading up to Samsung’s official announcement of their new Galaxy Note 4, they released several videos hyping up the S-Pen capabilities of the phablet. And when it was finally announced two weeks ago right before IFA 2014, the next question was: when will it finally be available for purchase? Well, the OEM has now sort of answered that question through another video, and Note fans will have to wait a few more weeks to finally get their hands on the newest member of the family.
Alcatel’s premier phablet, the OneTouch Hero, is also getting an IFA 2014 refresh with the OneTouch Hero 2. Building on its predecessor’s stylish roots, the Hero 2 has a very stylish feel to it, especially with a high-end spec list to boot.
All eyes are on the Galaxy Note 4 headed for IFA 2014 next week, but there is another big boy that might also be in town at the same time. The less gigantic Galaxy Mega 2 isn't out yet, but the guys over at DroidSans have managed to get their hands on one and are now giving the rest of the world a sneak peak at Samsung's extra large phablet.
As D-day fast approaches, Samsung fans are waiting with bated breath on what the long-teased about Galaxy Note 4 will bring. On September 3, all will be revealed, but until then, we have to deal with all the leaks, speculations and teasers that are coming our way. One of the latest official teasers is a short video, part of their Ready To Note campaign, that crafting is a cognitive ability and how the S-Pen can bring it to digital life.
September 3 is the day, and we’re pretty sure all of you Samsung Galaxy Note fans have that permanently marked on your calendar already – it’s the day we get to see the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4. But here is a short video coming from the South Korean gadget giant teasing about what most people should like about the new Galaxy Note.