Samsung Galaxy Note 4

First buyers of Galaxy Note 4 to get free access to OnLive gaming

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will be released tomorrow in the United States and the anticipation is building up. As early as now, a lot of Android fans have expressed excitement over the latest phablet from the South Korean giant. It’s already available in some parts of the world and is expected to be available to the rest of the world this October.

Samsung talks Galaxy Note 4 accessibility features

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phablet has been available to purchase in some countries for a while now. It might not be available in your neck of the woods just yet, but with availability some places already, we know all there is to know about the smartphone. We have even seen it torture tested using a robotic butt. Samsung has taken the time to talk a bit about the accessibility features crammed into the Note 4, and there are a lot of them.

Samsung offers extended warranty for selected Galaxy devices

Damaged smartphones and phablets, especially the ones that you bought for a lot of money, are a living and very real nightmare for gadget owners. No matter how careful you are in handling your phone, accidents will happen. You will drop your phone. You will spill something on it. No matter how tough your phone supposedly is, there will be damage at one point. And if your warranty is expired, good luck then. Samsung is now offering a product that will somehow set your mind at ease when it comes to this problem.

Samsung releases two new Galaxy Note 4 videos

It’s not hard to convince people to buy a Galaxy Note 4. Hardcore fans of Samsung are just waiting for the next model to come along and then upgrade. One of the highly anticipated phablets in the market today is the Galaxy Note 4. Samsung is trying to convince you again why you should get one by releasing two new videos on YouTube.

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 gets dropped over and over and over

One of the constant nightmares of expensive smartphone owners is that they drop their phone, crack the screen, make it non-functioning and just make their life miserable, not to mention how much it would cost to have it repaired. And with the whole hullabaloo about a certain OEM that released a highly-anticipated smartphone only to have complaints about breaking and bendability, owners are now even more careful about their next big gadget purchase. Samsung decided to put your minds at ease by dropping their new Galaxy Note 4 over and over again and show how tough it is.

CF-Auto-Root now supports Asian Galaxy Note 4 and S5 Prime

One of the things that Android fans really lust after when new devices hit market is a root so they can install their own version of Android on the new device. If you are one of these folks that want to put your own flavor on your smartphone, CF-Auto-Root's Chainfire has some good news for us today.

Samsung boasts of S Pen capabilities in new video

A new video released by Samsung to highlight the capabilities of its S Pen in the Galaxy Note 4 may not be the most inventive, but it does get the job done. The enhanced S Pen is one of the selling points of the newest member of the Note family and this video might give you a case of Pen envy as you see all the cool and useful things that it can do.

Galaxy Note 4 three-point bend test uses a robotic butt

Lots of talk about bending smartphones has been going around after some iPhone 6 Plus devices turned up bent after being carried in pockets. Apple's response was to say only a few devices have actually bent, but the negative press affected the image of the device and led to a number of other smartphone makers feeling like they need to prove their devices won’t bend.
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