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Does it feel like we're rehashing the Galaxy Note7? Or have the dynamics completely changed in the course of just a year? We debate on this week's show!
The Nokia 8 has just been launched, the Galaxy Note 8 needs launching and we'll launch into accessibility issues in our show this week!
The devices in question are specifically units to fulfill insurance claims that were equipped and shipped by the FedEx Supply Chain.
AT&T's tardiness in rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge is unacceptable, but what can you do?
The second consumer edition of the Samsung Gear VR headset is likely only a few weeks away, and could be about as cheap as the first-gen device.
It's AT&T's ball now, as Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile have all officially brought the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Verizon put the Galaxy Note 4 on near-fire sale status a short time ago. Good news to those who seized the horns: Android Marshmallow is here.
This Mother's Day, surprise your mom with a discounted LG V10, iPhone 5s, Galaxy Note 5 or LG G Stylo from T-Mobile.
If you thought the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was irresistible at $320, a trusted eBay seller now makes it even harder to turn down, charging 40 bucks less.
If you can't afford the Galaxy Note 5, and are well aware the Note 6 won't be for you either, the Galaxy Note 4 costs a super-low $300 on Daily Steals.
Weirdly updated on Sprint stateside before international unlocked variants, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 now goes wide with its Marshmallow promotion.
Sprint has a big surprise in store for its customers owning both the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Note 4: over-the-air Android Marshmallow updates.
Following the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, Edge+, and Note 5, April could see the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The Galaxy Note 4 is the second Samsung OG offered at a phenomenal discount by a trusted eBay seller following the S7 announcement.
The December ETA hasn't panned out, and neither will January, rumor has it. Instead, the first two Samsungs to score Marshmallow will do so in February.
If you reside in the UK, and are thinking of buying two Samsung Gear S2 copies, this is the time to act.
A good dozen or so major Samsung products should be up for Android Marshmallow updates in the first two quarters of 2016, according to a fresh rumor.
While the Galaxy Note 5, S6 Edge+, S6 Edge, and S6 still run Lollipop, the OG Galaxy Note 4 is reportedly treated to a Marshmallow update in Hungary.
Samsung's three rumored phases of Android Marshmallow updates are expanded, with tablets now included, but 6.0 ports for the Note 3 and S4 not approved.
The champion of smartphone sales could also become the champion of software support next year, after three comprehensive waves of Marshmallow updates.
Looking to switch to T-Mobile? Looking for a new GSM smartphone (hopefully you’re looking for a device with T-Mobile’s bands)? Are you regretting a recent purchase at T-Mobile right now because you wished you had just waited a week (hi there)? In all seriousness, welcome to the Un-carrier, here’s what to do.
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Samsung is already rumored to have started optimizing Marshmallow updates for eight phones, including the Galaxy Note 4 and 5, S6, S6 Edge, and Edge+.
T-Mobile has confirmed that the Marshmallow update is in works (or already rolling out) for 17 devices, phones and tablets. Check out to see if yours has it