Samsung recently dropped the "Just for You" teaser video on YouTube and it measures in at 22 seconds in length and appears to be offering a look at the Galaxy J. This isn't the only time we have seen talk of the Galaxy J recently, however this one is from Samsung as opposed to a leak. One key with the video though, this is from Samsung Taiwan, which suggests where the handset is heading.
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Samsung has dropped a new promo video, this time pushing the Galaxy Note 3 and showing the Galaxy Gear. The video is staring Robin Thicke and comes by way of the Samsung Mobile YouTube channel. We suspect some may question the celebrity approach, but more important, this time around Samsung is showing Action Memo being used with the S View Cover.
popped up suggesting Samsung has only been able to sell roughly 50,000 of the Galaxy Gear smartwatch in the two months of availability. That report came out of Business Korea and also touched on how that meant daily sales numbers of less than a 1,000 units. Well, it looks like Samsung has responded to these reports with some numbers of their own. According to Samsung, they have sold about 800,000.
Galaxy Gear is in a rough spot, straggling the fine line between a next frontier device and a totally eccentric and somewhat unjustifiable piece of hardware, like the Galaxy Round. But even if the sales and reception are, unsurprisingly, low, that won't be stopping Android developers from taking full advantage of the smartwatch's capabilities. And that all starts with a full custom ROM.
less than 50,000, with only 800-900 being sold daily.
Android 4.3 update. According to several sources, AT&T has halted the Android 4.3 rollout. Though specific reasons weren’t cited, it seems as though AT&T was noticing issues with the update. We’re also not clear on just what those issues are.
Galaxy Gear smartwatch was in regards to notifications. In this case, the lack of them. That said, Samsung has rolled out an update for the Gear Manager application and seems to have addressed that issue. First things first though, in order to grab this latest Manager app update, you will need to make sure the firmware of the watch itself is up to date.
earlier in the week that US Cellular was just about ready to begin rolling out an update for those rocking a Samsung Galaxy S 4. This one will be arriving as Android 4.3 and given the update has begun rolling out, there is now a full changelog so users will know what to expect. US Cellular Galaxy S 4 users will see their handset bump to version R970VXUAMJA and will be getting a few features and more than a handful of updates to pre-installed apps.