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Galaxy Note 12.2 hits FCC: how big is too big?

Galaxy Note 12.2 hits FCC: how big is too big?

Supposing you've used the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 before, you know exactly what's possible with the most standard Android tablet size combined with Samsung's most advanced stylus technology. What that company would appear to be doing next is bringing on a tablet with a size 2.1-inches larger diagonally with the S Pen once again coming along for the ride in a machine (still code-named) Galaxy Note 12.2. This device has just appeared ready for approval at the FCC.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition Review

With the 2nd edition of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, it's almost as if the company doesn't want to admit that they've got what's easily one of the finest Android tablets on the market. Buried in the announcements of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear, the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition barely made a blip in the tech news rounds over the past few weeks since its initial reveal. But fear not - it's not for lack of quality that Samsung doesn't push out the massive backing for this device: herein lies one of the most high-end Android tablets yet to hit the market since the dawn of said devices.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Review

In the Galaxy Note 3 you'll find the re-solidification of the idea that this device category was both invented by and continues to be piloted by Samsung. You wont find this company resting on its laurels when it comes to adding and refining both software features and hardware bits and pieces. This is easily the finest not-quite-tablet-sized smartphone on the market - but what does that mean in a market with little to no competition?

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AT&T Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear release set for October 4th

AT&T Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear release set for October 4th

The next wave of Samsung smart devices are headed to the United States on several carriers, and here with an announcement on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear smartwatch comes AT&T first and foremost. What you'll see with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the third generation in the mid-sized device lineup, not quite a tablet but more than a smartphone, fully packed with a hugely dense display and Samsung's own S Pen technology. Meanwhile the Galaxy Gear acts as a wrist-based accompaniment for your Galaxy Note 3 or Galaxy S 4, also working with its own camera.

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Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition pre-order starts tomorrow

Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition pre-order starts tomorrow

Availability on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition begins in the United States on the 10th of October, while the name suggests that Samsung will be starting the Automobile-structure naming-scheme for devices right here in 2013. While the 2014 model of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will be ready to roll in its Wi-fi-only edition here in the United States starting next month, there's a good chance it'll stay the hero of tablets for Samsung for another year from now.

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Galaxy Note 3 SIM limitations surface for first pre-orders

Galaxy Note 3 SIM limitations surface for first pre-orders

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has appeared in its first box orders to retailers with a note that suggests not all models will work with all carriers. While this may seem obvious, there's a few limitations for the UK and European models that aren't usually in place for releases from Samsung or with the radios included in these models. What's noted by Clove today is that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 European SIM model SM-N9005 specifically will only work with SIM-cards issued from a mobile operator within Europe.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 hits T-Mobile Wednesday on pre-order

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 hits T-Mobile Wednesday on pre-order

Both the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Samsung Galaxy Gear have begun hitting pre-order status with carriers in the United States, T-Mobile jumping aboard for a run this Wednesday. While the folks at AT&T have made clear their intention on offering up early adopters a chance at tossing cash in at midnight tonight for the smartwatch, this beast of a smartphone will be appearing for pre-order from T-Mobile starting on September 18th - again, this Wednesday. We must assume that this also starts at midnight day-of.

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Samsung Galaxy Note III with Snapdragon 800 confirmed by KT Corporation

Samsung Galaxy Note III with Snapdragon 800 confirmed by KT Corporation

There has been plenty of leaks and speculation regarding the Galaxy Note III. These details have touched on just about all the important aspects of the handset, however one that seems to be an especially popular topic deals with the processor. Samsung is expected to release the Note III with a few processor options and most of the rumors have pointed towards the Exynos Octa and the Snapdragon 800.

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Galaxy Note III ship date tipped to quickly follow September reveal

Galaxy Note III ship date tipped to quickly follow September reveal

It's not often you get as much information on a top-tier release like Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note III well before its official reveal, but what we've got in abundance for this device is just that: essentially everything. The Galaxy Note III has been tipped this week by sources speaking with SamMobile for a launch and ship date immediately - or not long after - its reveal. The Samsung September 4th event the same week of IFA 2013 is all but confirmed to be the home of the first information on the device itself.

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Samsung Galaxy Note III vs Galaxy Note II specifications war: very unofficial

Samsung Galaxy Note III vs Galaxy Note II specifications war: very unofficial

While the final specifications for the Galaxy Note III - and indeed confirmation in kind that the device itself exists - must still come from Samsung, today we're taking the time to run down the numbers on boosts the Galaxy Note has likely received since last year. In the Samsung Galaxy Note II, we saw a change-over into the Samsung Galaxy S III universe of Nature-themed hardware and software along with a significantly improved bit of S Pen technology. Here we'll likely see less of a paradigm shift and more of an incremental update, much like the Galaxy S III vs the Galaxy S 4.

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