The Galaxy Note II might be skipping the Android 4.2 update and instead wait for the next version. The news is coming from Telstra’s website (an Australian carrier).
This isn’t a big deal since Android 4.2 isn’t offering much and 4.3 will likely be announced soon.
Read more on GSM Arena.
The Galaxy Note III (Galaxy Note 3) is due for an announcement in a couple of months, so the rumors and leaks are becoming more rampant. This latest leak claims to show off the design as well as the specs. The design is very Samsung-esque, which is to be expected. The specs a 5.7-inch 1080p display, Android Jellybean, 13 MP camera, and more.
Read more at Gotta Be Mobile.
Nobody should be surprised that there is further evidence of a Galaxy Note III. The past two Galaxy Note phone were released in October and September, so it makes sense that things are starting to come together for Samsung.
Read More at Phone Arena.
The Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 unboxings are starting to hit the web. Here are two of the better ones.
The Galaxy Note 8.0 might be getting an update to 4.2.2 soon. An official 4.2.2 ROM for the Galaxy Note 8.0 has leaked and you can flash it if you do not want to wait for it to come to your device. Check out the instructions on the source link below.
This should come as no surprise to most of you, but Samsung has the two most popular tablets according to two different analyses. The Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0 inches) is estimated to have 11.8% and 18.3% market share in the Android tablet realm. Next up is the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 with between 8.3% and 14.4% market share.
Read Write published that the list on the right is significantly more accurate than the one on the left, so a Kindle Fire might has squeezed into second place. Still, the Galaxy Tab 2 line is immensely popular.
Also take note as to how many Samsung tablets are on that list. My math says that Samsung holds 54.2% of the Android tablet market.
Source: Read Write