As great as the recent announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Note II was yesterday, many of you out here in the States are wondering when the device will land in U.S. retailers, right? Well Samsung confirmed yesterday that the 5.5-inch behemoth will indeed be available “later in 2012″. Here’s the full statement below:
“Samsung Mobile is planning a U.S.
I saw this picture around and i wanna ask question, What is this note app name? It's seems like S Note app on galaxy note 2 but in AOSP rom not official TouchWiz (S Note need TouchWiz interface to work)
This is a fake of Samsung Galaxy Note II water ripples on touch LWP! This application is not intended for use with any other application. This software cant be redistributed whatsoever, and is not for commercial use! It's just a demo application! Irex OpenSource Group respects all the rights and trademarks of their respective owners!
A few days ago, I traded my Galaxy S 3 for a Galaxy Note 2 and I am very pleased! Performance and battery life are top notch. Instead of using a post-it note and pen, I now take quick notes on the phone. I also own a Galaxy Note 10.1, so the Note 2 will compliment it :)
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The Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet has been anything but shy, leaking all over the place and posing for a few hands-on pics.
But today’s scoop from French blog Frandroid marks the first time we get a real idea of its size, as the latest leaked photos show the Galaxy Note 8.0 next to the Galaxy Note 2.
Context is a beautiful thing.
The Galaxy Note 8.0 is Samsung’s next big tablet venture, accor
It looks as if that Galaxy Note II and Galaxy Note 10.1 are going to be a wee bit more appealing thanks to famed paper notebook company Moleskine. Moleskine has partnered with Samsung to unveil the Moleskine app for Android, which our friends at The Verge was able to get some hands-on time and get a feel of the app and its uniqueness to the Note devices.