The pricing and release date for the AT&T Galaxy Note II was just announced by the cellular company. Pre-orders start on October 25th, but the release is set for November 9th. The pricing is $299 on a 2-year contract, which is the same as the Galaxy Note’s original pricing. The original Galaxy Note is now $199 on a 2-year contract.
There were rumors yesterday that Samsung was planning on stopping shipments of LCD displays to Apple in the next year. Samsung has officially responded and has discounted those rumors.
Perhaps things will keep on keeping on between the two companies, or maybe Samsung just is not ready for the world to know that they are dropping Apple as a customer.
Source: The Verge
It looks like Samsung might be shrinking their business relationship with Apple soon. Samsung currently manufacturers a portion of the retina screens for the iPad 3, but The Korean Times reports that Samsung will stop next year.
If you have been wanting to buy that Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, then now is a great time to buy it. The Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is now only $199.00 on Amazon. The seven inch Wi-Fi tablet has a dual-core 1 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, and Android 4.0.
The Galaxy Note II is about to launch in the UK and be announced in America, but Samsung has only recently uploaded a video demonstrating their software tweaks. The video showcases a Korean Galaxy Note II, but the experience should be largely the same in other countries.
The most interesting feature is multi window mode, which allows two apps to appear on the screen at once. The number of compatible apps is larger than on the Galaxy Note 10.1 and it even includes some stock Google apps like Gmail.
Check out the video below.
We already have a release date for the Galaxy Note II in the UK, but the US release appears to be right around the corner.Samsung sent out invites saying “The Next Big Thing Is Here.” The invite also features an S Pen stylus and other information detailing the event on October 24th in New York City. This does seem to promise a US Galaxy Note II announcement. Hopefully Samsung will be able to offer it on all the major carriers with LTE and the quad-core Exynos chipset, but an S4 processor would not be the end of the world.