Galaxy Note II, or the original, we have a great comparison video showing both. Today T-Mobile announced Samsung's new Galaxy Note II tablet smartphone hybrid is available right now in stores and to give you an idea on what to expect over the original you'll want to head below for pictures, details, and of course some hands-on video.
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Samsung Galaxy Note II. Today T-Mobile confirmed the device is available starting today, AT&T announced yesterday their version is coming soon, and we'll be hearing from the rest shortly. Samsung is wasting no time getting right back to their awesome phone? tablet? commercials just like with the original Note. Check it out below.
Samsung Galaxy Note II. The smartphone needs no introduction as the newest sibling to the device that started the "phablet" trend. Samsung's Note is back and better than ever with an improved, thinner, more powerful design for round two. The original Galaxy Note was odd and large to say the least but this time around Samsung refined the entire experience. Read on to see our thoughts on the new Note II.
AT&T's announcement. Since T-Mobile got the phone to market first, they decided to charge $70 more than AT&T, and there are no differences between T-Mobile's and AT&T's versions of the phone.
Samsung Galaxy Note II's features, and our friends over at SlashGear have given it a full review telling us what they think (spoiler: they're quite fond of it), but it appears that Samsung has a few more details up its sleeve. The company will be holding a press event in New York City on October 24 for the Galaxy Note II, which is an event we've known about for a little while. However, today we're receiving the formal invitation to the event, and you can see it in all of its glory below.
T-Mobile have finally released an official "announcement" for the impressive Samsung Galaxy Note II phablet. While we knew it was coming to T-Mobile (and other major US carriers) T-Mobile hasn't yet made an official comment. Today however they've announced their version of the Note II will indeed be arriving "this fall."
Samsung announced their Galaxy Note II we know many were hopeful it would arrive for their carrier here in the US. Thankfully Samsung is releasing their new 5.5-inch phablet smartphone to 5 major US carriers starting around early November. After making that initial announcement we haven't heard anything from carriers. A new leak today reveals T-Mobile could launch their version on October 24th.
Galaxy Note II. The device has been released in select European countries and that means that custom ROM developers are looking to sink their teeth into the code. If you like installing custom firmware on your devices, this is fantastic news for you. Of course, most users will look at this code and have no idea what any of it means. That's fine; there are plenty of people out there who know just what to do with this publicly available code. We can only assume that developers like CyanogenMod are already hard at work coming up with some awesome custom ROMs for the newly minted device as we speak. Samsung has always been quick to release code to the public, and the 5.5 inch Galaxy Note II is no exception. This release includes the kernel source code, as well as everything else that makes the device tick. Hardware developers releasing source code allows the custom ROM community to make more stable mods, which is certainly a good thing for all involved. The quicker they can release stable builds, the better. The Note II, which is based on Android 4.1.1 and features Samsung's TouchWiz interface, will be rooted much quicker with the release of this source code, and that makes all of us happy. [via Android Police]
Samsung Galaxy Note II has officially arrived ladies and gentlemen, and after the surprise success of the first Galaxy Note, we're expecting Samsung to knock it out of the park with this latest iteration. Chris Davies has written up his full review of the device over at SlashGear, leaving no stone unturned in the process. You'll have to head over there to check out the entire rundown of pros and cons, but we'll also be covering some of the biggest talking points here. Let's jump into it, shall we?