Samsung's new Note 10 models have been launched, and while they're not yet available to pick up in stores, the pre-sales process is now well underway, with eBay giving its eBay Plus members a special deal.
From a massively enhanced S-Pen through to advanced cameras, a 512GB storage option, 6.4-inch display, 4000mAh battery and more, Samsung is doing its utmost to reign supreme as the No.1 Android.
Telstra’s pre-orders for the Note8 start much later than the 25 August date mentioned by Samsung Australia, with its plans and pricing to be announced “soon.”
Vodafone is the second telco to announce pricing and details for the new Note8, including at least a “$100 bonus credit offer when customers purchase the device and trade in any device, regardless of age or condition".
I’ve just finished watching the New York launch of the Galaxy Note8 via live YouTube stream, and here are my thoughts.
Samsung’s Note 10.1 – the large Tablet with an S-Pen – will be available in Australia from 25 November.
I am now three months into my second tablet, a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, and after using both iOS and Android extensively I have come to the conclusion that there is room for a new tablet operating system. Absent other contenders, Microsoft has a great opportunity to make a comeback.
Samsung has unveiled the latest addition to line of iPad-killers, the Galaxy Tab 3.
A week after Apple's billion-dollar court win against Samsung, the Cupertino-based company is going after more of its Korean rival's products.
Samsung's plethora of Galaxy-branded Android devices now includes the 5.3-inch Galaxy Note, a combination phone and stylus-equipped Android tablet that's hoping to be the ultimate phablet.
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