The Galaxy Round is intriguing to say the least, but I am not sure it’s intriguing enough to slap down $1,000 for it. Most of us probably won’t get our hands on one since it will only be available in South Korea for the time being, so a video is the next best thing.
We previously reported that some Samsung Galaxy Note II’s didn’t have the advertised multi-window support, but an update that is rolling out today will fix that. This will allow Galaxy Note II owners to split the 5.5″ screen in half and run two android apps at the same time. The original Galaxy Note had a similar feature, but it was limited to only Samsung apps.
I'm going to return my One X and wait for the Galaxy S3 to hit AT&T. In the mean time I really wanted to check out the Note while I waited. Has anyone had an issue going to a smaller screen after using the Note? The Galaxy S3 screen is only 0.5" smaller but I'm wondering if the Note will ruin me for all other phones with it's huge glorious screen.
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
Hello, just bought the Galaxy Note 2 (Gray). I have a few questions:
1. When I went to the Music app, I noticed that there is only one song under Samsung album. The song is "Over the horizon". When I bought the Galaxy Note, there were 5-6 songs pre-installed. Why there is only 1 song?
2. What is screen time out? Which value is recommended?
I don't know if it's the Note or Google Play. I was queuing 25 apps for download into my Note. I left it alone for a while and when I return, it's either stuck at downloading or I get a message about app not responding. Also, when I will try to access a app to queue it flashes another app I already installed.
One of the main criticisms of the Galaxy Gear at launch was that it was only compatible with the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Note 10.1.
Now, Samsung has begun adding support for the device to many other phones in the United States.