In a joint announcement issued by AT&T and Samsung, the two shared information on some devices slated to be available “in the coming months” for AT&T’s 4G LTE network. The devices include three smartphones powered by Android and one tablet device.
Headlining the list of forthcoming devices is the Samsung Galaxy Note II, the eagerly awaited for successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note.
I received a email from them on 12/06. I'm interested in knowing if anyone else got one and if so did they respond and what were their biggest issues with the amazing phone. For me it was the auto correct (coming from iOS) here is a copy of the email they sent:
Dear Valued Samsung Customer,*Thank you for registering your Samsung Galaxy Note II.
Of late we have been seeing Indian brands launching smartphones in the same price range in which MNC players are introducing feature phones. Of the 25 most viewed handsets in India, 14 were from Indians players as compared to 11 from global brands.
Samsung is fond of producing several different versions of their devices to reach different market segments. The pending release of the Samsung Galaxy Note III could represent a significant change in how Samsung goes about doing this though. According to reports from Korean web site ET News, Samsung is preparing to release four different versions of the Galaxy Note III at the same time.
A new report from a Korean news source indicates Samsung is preparing several new devices for release during the first quarter of 2014. Among the devices mentioned is the Samsung Galaxy S 5 despite that prediction being contrary to an earlier report that the device would not be ready until April.
An 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Note no longer exists solely in the realm of unicorns and Apple TVs. A Korean news site is reporting that Samsung mobile honcho JK Shin has confirmed plans to release a midsize version of the tablet.
Samsung's game plan of late seems to be to cover all bases, with a wide array of smartphones and tablets that come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and price points.
A little less than a month ago CyanogenMod 9 RC1 (Release Candidate 1) was released with a lot of excitement, but now with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean being all the rave I can see an Ice Cream Sandwich ROM release being easily overlooked.
Last year, Samsung put its production of Android devices into full gear and delivered its newly minted Galaxy line. Originally just used for its highest-end Android phones, the Galaxy name has branched off to a new tablet product, and now to lower-end smartphones as well as a rival to the iPod touch.