by Jules Wang | October 15, 2015 8:12 PM
From nothing to something, the Galaxy Note 5's presence in the European bloc has been much desired, non-existent and hard-fought for. Samsung has had much pressure to bring its latest S Pen and phablet to the continent. Now, after getting word that Romania might see first units shipped early next year, Samsung has officially bowed to demand. The chaebol's Ukraine site has been taking pre-orders for the 32GB Galaxy Note 5 since October 9 and has been incentivizing first-wave buyers by offering an extended battery pack. The going price? 19,999 UAH (919.50 USD as of this post). Ukraine is ...
by Joe Levi | March 17, 2014 7:16 AM
Back when I started working for Pocketnow, I brought my own HTC-made T-Mobile G1 with me. Shortly thereafter I was sent the Nexus One (also made by HTC) and used that as my daily driver until I replaced it with another HTC device. Over the years I've had long-term experience with every single Nexus out there, which is fitting for the type of user that I am: I'm a power user and a developer. Even for tech journalists, devices in the Nexus family were (and arguably still are) the best by which to reference all the different OEM "flavors" of Android. The Nexus program worked well. Devices ...
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