Tests show that Samsung devices running Android 4.4 KitKat no longer run code to boost their benchmark scores.
Qualcomm is on a mission to dominate the guts of our smartphones, and this year it will get one step closer as the first smartphone debuts using Qualcomm components from the antenna to the processor.
If you bought a Galaxy Note 3, Samsung will give you $50 in credit to Google Play.
Samsung’s next flagship Galaxy smartphone might use the same faux-leather plastic material found on the Galaxy Note 3.
Finally, a statement acknowledging the uncertainty that many of Samsung’s globe-trotting customers are facing.
An unofficial app removes the region lock on Samsung’s European Note 3 by clearing a blacklist — and we still don’t know why Samsung put the blacklist there in the first place.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 improves in every way over its predecessor but is it right for you? That depends on how much you value the S-Pen capability because there are similar choices for less without digital inking.
The Galaxy Note 3 is region locked but there’s a way around the restriction. LG’s G2 got the review treatment this week: Is it a good blend of powerful hardware and useful software? And Amazon continues to mature it’s Kindle Fire tablet lineup.
They’re finally here! All of the rumored devices from the past few months broke cover this week, including Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch. The Nexus 5 is still just a unicorn but one we might have seen twice this week.
Verizon is now taking preorders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear. But if you want the Galaxy Gear, you need to buy it with the Galaxy Note 3 as part of a $600 bundle.
Ready to plunk down some serious coin on the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear? Before you commit, you may want to watch this 18-minute demo video of both devices to get a better idea of what to expect.
Sure, the Galaxy Note 3 is nice, but have you seen the pen? OK, the S-Pen is useless without the right software. That’s why Samsung has upped its game with some great new features that add tremendous value to the S-Pen on the Note 3.
So has Samsung cracked the smartwatch market with its Galaxy Gear? It’s too early to tell, but the device is promising with useful hardware and software features. Unfortunately, you’ll need a Galaxy device to use the $299 smartwatch.
Samsung finally took the wraps off of the Galaxy Note 3, its thinnest, lightest big-screen smartphone yet. It even managed pack in some surprises like a new faux-leather design.
How fast will the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 perform? Quite fast if the latest leaked AnTuTu benchmarks are legitimate. They suggest a quad-core 2.3 GHz and a whopping 2.5 GB of memory inside the large handset.
After weeks of leaked photos and information, we finally got a look at the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Our live blog of Samsung’s press event is recorded for posterity here.
Can you fit a larger screen in a successor handset without building a bigger phone? Yup, as Samsung has proven with the Galaxy S 4. It looks to repeat the process. Check this image of the Galaxy Note 3 screen compared to last year’s model.
A Samsung executive has confirmed the company’s much-rumored Galaxy Gear smartwatch will be revealed on September 4.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 is sure to debut on September 4, alongside the Galaxy Gear smartwatch. When could the devices be available? The phone could ship that same week with a minimum of 32 GB storage while the watch should follow a month later.
September’s IFA event could be a phablet showdown. Samsung is expected to debut the Galaxy Note 3 and HTC appears ready to counter with the HTC Max. Leaked photos and details suggest a big phone battle in Berlin next month.
Once scoffed at, large phones and small tablets with voice support are turning into a big market. Reports out of Taiwan indicate HTC is joining the game with the HTC One Max, a 6-inch version of its current flagship phone.