With the Samsung Galaxy S4 now official, we felt it was necessary to compare the device to the two previously released Samsung flagships, the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2. There is no better way to see how something has evolved from a spec standpoint then by laying them out side-by-side in a couple of columns.
What do you guys think, big enough jump from one phone to another? (more…)
What better time to snag a deal on last year’s top devices than with the next rendition being unveiled in a few more hours. Starting today, Amazon Wireless is hosting a penny deal on Galaxy S3 phones through Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint, but if the Galaxy Note 2 is more your size, you can pick one up on AT&T or Sprint for $149.99 or $69.99. (more…)
Good morning, fellow Galaxy Note 2 cult members. I am here today to bring you news of a newly discovered vulnerability that could spell trouble for anyone under the right set of circumstances. Allow me to explain. (more…)
It’s Friday, Friday, gotta flash ROM’s on Friday! Well, now that you all hate me for getting that stuck in your head, let’s start talking geeky ROM goodness. Today, we are featuring custom ROM’s for the Galaxy Note 2 on Verizon and the Galaxy Nexus on Verizon. (more…)
Yep, we have a brand spankin’ new flagship to talk about, so that means a spec comparison is in order. The HTC One, which didn’t garner a lot of bragging from HTC on a spec front during its unveiling, really is quit the beast in terms of hardware. On paper, because phones are all so powerful these days, it may not seem like a giant leap forward, but it certainly feels like a solid jump over anything else on the market today.
With its brand new Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, brilliant 1080p display and new camera tech called Ultrapixel, it has at least a handful of components that no other phone currently has.
Below, we have a chart that compares it on paper to the Nexus 4, DROID DNA, and Galaxy Note 2.
And after you check it out, be sure to remember that specs don’t always win battles. HTC knows this and has offered an entire suite of software enhancements that should help it stand out from the crowd this time around. Be sure to read my thoughts on it all. (more…)
The Galaxy Note 2 may be all the rage right now, but the original Note is still out in consumer’s hands around the world. Samsung has started rolling out an update to bring the device up to Android 4.1.2 as long as you have the GT-N7000 (international) model.
While this might not be 4.2.2, the build is now JZO54K and comes with tons of features like Multi-Window and new notifications. All the S-Pen integration is still there and Samsung has ditched the old UI for the more modern Nature UX that you find on the Galaxy S3. Check Samsung KIES if you can’t wait for it to be pulled to your device.
There’s no phone bigger (in size or hype) right now than Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2. While there may have only been 2 color options when this device launched, Samsung has been making up ground on giving us different shades to pick from. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a Note 2 with a pink finish has been added to Samsung’s Taiwanese website.
Unfortunately for us, it would be pretty hard to get this new color in people’s hands by this time next week, but it does seem to be coming down the road. Maybe you should just stick with the chocolate for now and maybe an I.O.U. for this pink phone to come at a later date.
Via: Unwired View
On Friday, I took a look at the new Ultra Thin Air case for the Nexus 4 from Spigen. As I mentioned in that post, these Ultra Thin Air cases have long been some of my favorites because of their minimal approach to what a case should be. With a phone like the Galaxy Note 2, a lack of bulk in a case becomes even more important since the device is already so oversized. With its 5.5″ display, the last thing you want to do to a Note 2 is add on weight and size – the Ultra Thin Air from Spigen does neither. (more…)