Samsung Galaxy Note acts as a great miniature tablet -- perfect for those who are constantly on the go but want a little more screen size out of their devices. American Airlines thinks so as well, so they're going to be equipping all of their flight attendants with Galaxy Notes.
Samsung Galaxy Note II phablet would be available from your carrier, and today we have all the details. Just like the Galaxy S III, the Galaxy Note II will be launching on all major US carriers. That means Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, US Cellular, and the Now Network will all offer the 5.5-inch Jelly Bean powered smartphone.
HTC have been busy brewing up their own 5-inch phablet to hopefully take on the Galaxy Note II, LG's Intuition, and dare I even say the iPhone 5. We've seen a few blurry leaks in the past but today a press render could have spilled the beans just days before the official announcement.
phablet in the Galaxy Note II sure has impressed us so far, but we are still awaiting more details for a US release. So far Samsung has been tight lipped on when or where we'll see their new 5.5-inch smartphone phablet hit the streets. Today however, a few rumors are pointing to late October for at least one US carrier.
Earlier this week we got our first glance at the upcoming and still very mysterious rumored 5-inch Galaxy Note rival from the folks at HTC. Fast forward a few days and now we are getting our third picture of the unknown handset only this time we can see that 5-inch screen in all it's blurry glory. The photo surely isn't clear -- but we'll take what we can get.
LG Optimus Vu with 4G LTE. As you should already know this massive phablet is called the LG Intuition from Verizon and as of today it will be available starting September 6th. We saw these details last week but today Verizon has confirmed all the important bits.
The Verge appear to give us our first glance at HTC's upcoming 5-inch 1080p smartphone "phablet" to rival the Galaxy Note and the newly announced Galaxy Note II.
Galaxy Note II smartphone phablet we have both good and bad news. The good news is Samsung announced it today and it's awesome. The bad news is as we expected it won't be arriving in the US right away. Samsung today has just shed some light on what we can expect in terms of a US launch.