Why are OEMs still messing with the capacitive stylus. Read why, at best, it's a half-measure any how they could learn something from Samsung.
In a world where smartphones are nearing tablet size, many are wondering what the advantages of phablets truly are. Read on to find out!
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Samsung is growing its lineup with the Note and Mega brands. What's the verdict of this Galaxy Mega 6.3 vs Galaxy Note II face-off? Watch to find out!
Once you pop in the Mugen Power extended battery in your Samsung Galaxy Note II things start to change. You'll first be surprised to see that your battery icon is still showing a fully charged battery after a couple of hours of usage.
Phablets were once the largest mobile devices to come with earpiece speakers for answering and placing calls. But in the last two days, Samsung and ASUS have taken the term phablet to a whole new level, announcing full-fledged tablets with earpiece…
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According to AT&T, an OTA update will be pushed out today for the Galaxy Note II bringing multi-window functionality.
Read our full review of the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note II, complete with benchmarks, tips and tricks, network speed tests and more
The phablet category seems poised to explode with the coming U.S. launch of the Galaxy Note II. Read on to see why other manufacturers aren't embracing the stylus.
Samsung's Galaxy Note II isn't the only hot new smartphone to offer stylus support. Watch our video to see how the Galaxy S III's "C Pen" holds up against the "S Pen" in real-world testing.
Samsung's new Galaxy Note II is the sequel to its surprisingly successful Galaxy Note phone/tablet hybrid. Read our in-depth review to see how well this Android phablet fills its predecessor's shoes!
Samsung's Galaxy brand represents the cream of its Android tablet and smartphone products - and also the lowest reaches of its mobile technology. Read on to see why "Galaxy" might become the next "Droid," and why that's a bad thing.
Look at the screenshot that may be from T-Mobile's upcoming edition of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.