News tagged: Note 3
Xiaomi's flagship phablet, the Mi Note 3, was officially launched back in September, with two versions available: 6 GB/64 GB and 6 GB/128 GB, priced at CNY 2,299 ($350) and CNY 2,699 ($410). However, even that is too much for some people and the company has now launched a
Xiaomi is expected to announce a successor to the Mi Note 2 very soon and from what we heard, it could take over the crown for the best phablet in 2017. The handset, which has been subjected to several leaks and rumours over the last few months, has now leaked in another image
Seems like Lollipop updates are a hot thing lately, since carriers in the United States gradually update all smartphones. Verizon has announced that Android 5.0 Lollipop is now available for Samsung Galaxy Note 3, which also comes with various other improvements.
Samsung is working with the West Yorkshire Police force in the UK, and the company will be providing 4,000 Note 3 units to the force. Those units will replace the notebooks that have long been used by members of the force, including regular staff members. An audit
Samsung US is running a little promotional here to make Galaxy Note 3 owners feel good (correction, even better) about themselves for having made the right choice when it comes to buying a giant phablet as their primary device. This applies to all new owners.
Phones 4u announced today that they will be the exclusive UK retailer to sell the 'Pink' color variant of the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 3. While the 'Black' and 'White' variants are readily available, this is the first time that we are seeing the 'Pink'.
The Galaxy Note 3 may look like that perfect device with no problems whatsoever, but that isn't the complete story. A huge discussion that is going on over at XDA Developers forum has revealed that a huge number of Note 3 owners are facing random reboots.
A leaked screenshot has revealed the possibility that US carrier Verizon might soon begin offering the Galaxy Note 3 Developer Edition to residents of the country. Back in June, Verizon had launched the Galaxy S4 Developer Edition, so its existence doesn't shock us.
The Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was launched only yesterday under the usual two-year contract with a $299.99 upfront cost. Day 1 launch deals such as a $10 discount aren't unheard of, but within just 24 hours of its launch Logic Buy is already offering a hefty $90 off
Verizon, the second largest carrier in the US, is now selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. You can pick up the Korean phone maker's flagship phablet for $299.99 with a two-year contract. Without any contract signing, the phone will set you back by $699.99 (that's heavy).
With Apple having announced a Smartphone with a fingerprint reader, many have been left wondering as to when Samsung will announce their own biometric sensor equipped mobile device. And with a growing number of devices confirmed to pack the sensor, where is Samsung?
When Samsung first introduced the Galaxy Note back in 2011, people were amazed by the long battery life that the device offered. Back then, battery life on Android phones was terrible, so the Note was a breath of fresh air for people who needed to work all day long.
The new Galaxy Note 3 from Samsung is one hell of a device. With a 5.7-inch display fit inside a super compact frame which is nearly as large as the original Galaxy Note (albeit, with a 5.3-inch display instead), the Note 3 is a pocketable powerhouse.
In addition to the standard HSPA+ and LTE variants of the Galaxy Note 3 phablet flagship, which Samsung introduced at IFA 2013 earlier this month, the Korean company will also be offering a dual-SIM variant of the giant device of a phone at a not-too-later stage.
Fancy the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 phablet? Or the recently announced Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. How about both? Well, Samsung has officially kicked off pre-booking for the duo (combo deal), for a low price of just Rs. 2,000, which is about $33.
Wait what? Didn't the Samsung Galaxy note III, the company's flagship phablet get announced only three days ago? Well, Hi-Tech Mail Russia managed to get their hands on a final sample of the phone, and did what any respectable tech site would do, a full review.
A new rumor places the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, scheduled to be announced on September 4th just before the official commencement of IFA 2013 in Berlin, in Taiwan on September 27th, with the date for pre-orders set for as early September 16.
Here's a new report that won't please many. In case you are one of the millions dreaming of owning the Galaxy Note III and also happen to be a photography buff, the Note III will disappoint. OIS, Optical Image Stabilization, a common feature in high-end Smartphones.