Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Note 3, Note 4 And Note Edge Receive Android 5.0 Lollipop Update

Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Note 3, Note 4 And Note Edge Receives Android 5.0 Lollipop Update

Samsung has built up a loyal fan following around the globe. With a slew of releases from time to time, we have seen the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and then the Note Edge followed in succession.  The main features of each of these smart gadgets are as under-   The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 comes in 5.5 inch screen size and is beefed up with Super AMOLED HD display. Add to this 1.6 GHz Quad Core Exynos processor, 2GB RAM and 16 GB inbuilt memory storage and you get a wonder. Of course, it comes with 8.1 MP main camera. With the Galaxy Note 3, Samsung gave us 1080×1920 pixels on a 5.7 inch Corning Gorilla Glass 3 LCD screen. It added a 13 MP shutter, a quad-core 2.3 GHz Krait 400 CPU and we got all we had to fall in love with [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Likely To Be Launched On September 3

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According to a report by Korea Times, Samsung is likely to launch its next generation phablet, Galaxy Note 4 on September 3 at a pre-IFA 2014 event scheduled to be held in Berlin. This can be seen as the company’s answer to the much-awaited iPhone 6, which is expected to be launched by Apple on September 19 in two variants – 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch. An executive of a top-tier display supplier for Samsung has been quoted saying, “Samsung will hold an event to announce the Note 4 on September 3, just few days before this year’s IFA trade fair in Berlin, Germany Europe’s biggest technology exhibition.” Samsung released its Galaxy Note 3 on September 5 at an event at the sidelines of IFA in Berlin in 2013.  Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is likely to be the first ever aluminum cased gadget in the market, if reports are to be believed. [+more]

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Sony Xperia Z2 Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Vs HTC One M8- A Comparative Study

Sony Xperia Z2 Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Vs HTC One M8- A Comparative Study

At times it becomes very difficult to buy a phone since there are so many options to choose from. It is always better to buy a phone after proper comparison of features and prices. Most of the times, budget is the main deciding factor. Ideally, you should opt for the one that gives the best value for money. As of now there are three smartphones, namely Sony Xperia Z2, Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and HTC One M8, which are giving tough competition to each other. It is a good idea to look at their specifications to pick up the most appropriate one for you. Xperia Z2 from the house of Sony is getting launched in April, 2014. It is powered by 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 Quad Core Processor and runs on the latest Android version, 4.4 Kitkat. It has 20.7MP rear camera and 2.2MP front camera. It comes with [+more]

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Top 10 Smartphones in US: From Nokia Lumia 920 to HTC One to Google Nexus 4 to Samsung Galaxy S4

    The smartphone industry has seen a marked boom over the past few years. The technology has advanced rapidly and the number of smartphones available now is truly phenomenal. All of this makes it really difficult to decide on which phone to buy but fret not; here is a list of the best of the best smartphones. 9. Nokia Lumia 920: The Lumia 920 hints are better times ahead not just for Nokia but also for the makers or the Lumia’s OS Windows 8, Microsoft. The phone is brilliant and runs very well. In fact it is even possible to use the touch screen with gloves on! 8. HTC One S: The HTC One S is a great and not too expensive phone to play around with. It is capable and feels better than its costs. It runs the latest Android Jelly Bean OS and is a solid performer. [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Calm Withing To Strike A Storm: Production to Commence in August

Scheduled for a September 2013 release, Samsung is expected to commence the mass production of its upcoming Galaxy Note 3 this August. The Korean manufacturer recently unveiled its flagship Galaxy S4, which saw the sunshine with over 10 million handsets sold within 30 days only. The predecessor to the Note 3, the Galaxy Note 2 was launched in August last year in the Korean market, following other countries a month later. The success and fame of the Note 2 has raised users’ expectations, who now anticipate Samsung to roll out the Galaxy Note 3 with even better features and latest technology. Certain reports indicate that the Galaxy Note 3 might hit the shelves sporting Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or even the Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie. Anticipated to appear at the IFA Event in Berlin in September, all eyes are set on Samsung to see what next the Korean manufacturer [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2: Is Note 3 The Samsung Lover’s Diet?

It is tough to pinpoint Samsung’s strategy in going big this season. While the world considers slim as eye-candy, Samsung has changed the dimension of sexy by going really wide on a slim body. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could exemplify what we mean. I call it a fab-let—oops – a fab Phablet.  Just some time back, I was lost in dreams of the Samsung Galaxy S4 knocking at my door. And now I have gone on to dream of another Samsung Knight—the Galaxy Note 3—this time it is in shining armour indeed. While I though the Samsung  Galaxy Note 2 had caught on some rust, I found two good reasons why my relationship with it can still go strong —despite the Note 3 tempting me to betray my erstwhile partner. Why would I abandon a partner how has stuck to my fingers as honey does to bees? Given that [+more]

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HTC First vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 2 vs. Nokia Lumia 920: The Complete Facebook Experience or a Powerful Smartphone?

HTC finally unveiled its Facebook smartphone just a couple of weeks ago, but we’re wondering if it stands a chance against the more popular high-end smartphones. Even if you are a complete Facebook addict, would you opt for a Facebook phone over a smartphone that can run the Facebook app and do much more on the device? We’re pitting the HTC First against the two bestsellers, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the Nokia Lumia 920. Even though its 4.3-inch screen is the smallest among the 3 devices, the HTC First has the highest resolution of 342 ppi against the Galaxy Note’2 5.5-inch screen with ppi count of 267 and the Lumia 920’s 4.5-inch screen with 332 ppi. But when it comes to power, we have to lean more towards the Galaxy Note 2 for its quad-core 1.6 GHz processor and 2 GB of RAM, which works wonders in comparison [+more]

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Doom Of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Is Near: Samsung Sky Rides On The Galaxy Mega 6.8 And Galaxy Mega 5.8

Samsung is riding high on Could Nine. With its latest tryst with success post-launch of the Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Galaxy Mega 6.3, this is well justified. The makers have always stressed that the fabulous phablets will soon be available round the globe. But wait—recent news barely point to such a promise being kept! The UK market might well miss the Galaxy Mega 5.8 phablet. The 6.3-inch beast could arrive in May though. Since Samsung is focusing on wider waist on its smartphone wares, the 6.3 would be a wow-er option against the Galaxy Mega 5.8. Samsung’s strategy for wider screen started with the Galaxy S4 and the anticipated Galaxy Note 3. JK Shin, CEO and Head of IT and Mobile Business, Samsung Electronics, “We are aware of a great potential in the bigger screen for extensive viewing multimedia, web browsing, and more. We are excited to provide another [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 In The Ring With Samsung Galaxy Note 2- The Winner Emerges Shaken Not Stirred

The Sony Xperia Z almost managed to end my from my Samsung Galaxy fixation  but before it got too late, the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 jolted me back into senses. Just when I thought that I must switch camps, Samsung stirred such a cocktail that shook me up. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was not up to my expectations– here is a faceoff between the two titans that Samsung has already crowned as darlings. Opening magic – A quick look at the Galaxy Mega 6.3 and I knew that a winner was in my hands. The 6.3-inch screen size is one good reason that catapults the Mega to a rank higher than the Galaxy Note 2. At 5.5 inches, the Note 2 fails to look into Mega’s eyes. The PLS HD display in the Mega 6.3 further hogs the limelight beating Galaxy Note’s HD Super AMOLED display in Round I [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Rings A Melody—Gongs A Rhythm That Harks Back to Samsung Grand

Samsung is binding books too tight and pages too close. With its smartphones selling like hot cakes, users are still lost in the Galaxy cocktails. With Samsung Galaxy S lineup, Note series and more, Samsung is brewing soup that is slated to get spicy and hotter! We have first hand insight into what Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could look like. Catch it if you can. The youngest sibling from the Note line of kids from Samsung family shall be 5.9 inch wide. Reminds me of Samsung Galaxy Grand but might be way better– with a fiery 800 quad core 2.3 GHz processor. Spunk this up with 128 GB ROM and 3GB RAM, the Lime Pie fed Galaxy Note 2 spits fire that caresses users with its addictive heat. Oh, before we forget, this rendition of the Note shall come loaded with a never-expected pixel tag on its shutter. The real [+more]

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