We have not heard much about the Galaxy Note II since the announcement in late August. Now there is word from Samsung that the Galaxy Note II will be available in the United Kingdom started on October 1st. That is coming up pretty fast. Hopefully the rest of the world will receive the super-phone soon after.
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The Galaxy Note 10.1 Jelly Bean update has leaked onto the internet. The same update for the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 has also leaked. You can flash this pre-release software by following the instructions on the source link below.
Source: Sam Mobile
The Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Jelly Bean update has leaked. This means that an over the air update might be just around the corner for the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. More importantly it means that you can flash this update now and use the official pre-release software today.
For instructions on how to install, follow the link below.
Source: Sam Mobile
The Galaxy Note II (Galaxy Note 2) has finally been unveiled by Samsung after months of rumors and leaks. As expected, it has a 5.5-inch screen with a 1280 x 720 resolution and Super AMOLED technology.
The Note II also has an extremely powerful 1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos processor and spacious 2 GB of RAM. Storage configurations include 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB with an option to expand via microSD. The cameras on the Galaxy Note II include both an 8 MP rear shooter and a 1.9 MP front-facing one. The battery on the Galaxy Note II is even larger than the one in the original Galaxy Note at 3,100 mAh.
Another day, another Android 4.0 update. The Wi-Fi Galaxy Tab 8.9 Ice Cream Sandwich update is now available for over the air installation or via Samsung Kies if you prefer.
Who has not gotten an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich yet? Leave your device model and country in the comments below.
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 has had an injunction placed on it in the United States since June 26. Now that the jury has ruled in favor of Samsung on one of the patents that justified the injunction, Samsung thinks that it should be removed.
I think it is ridiculous that it was even banned in the first place. Not only does it look different than the iPad, it is also over a year old. Not many people would even try to buy the Galaxy Tab 10.1 if it was available for sale in the United States.
Source: The Verge