LG has announced the G3 Stylus, a "G3 variant" that includes a pen, but which has far less impressive specs than the flagship - offering a 1.3GHz CPU, 960x540px display, 1GB RAM and no 4G LTE support.
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According to a new report, Samsung may be looking to launch a premium lineup of smartphones soon, under the Galaxy F name to bridge the gap between Galaxy S and Note series of devices.
AT&T has revealed the pricing information for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 phablet and Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch, both of which go on sale through the carrier this Friday.
A leaked image supposedly shows an upcoming 5.9-inch device from HTC. Dubbed the HTC One Max, this phablet-type handset will reportedly go up against Samsung's Galaxy Note line of devices.
Images have surfaced on Twitter that supposedly show a prototype of the Galaxy Note III. Rumors at the end of last year had the new Note coming in at 6'3". The latest rumor has it now at "only" 5.7".
Samsung's second product to utilize the functional S-Pen stylus is in the form of a 10.1-inch tablet, the Galaxy Note 10.1. We go hands-on in another mega-review to check out if it's worth the premium
If you live in the UK, Samsung is running a new promotion where you can trade in your old smartphone (if you have the right one) to get a free Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 or Tab 2 10.1
Samsung has announced that the 16 GB version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet will be priced at $499, with the 32 GB version priced at $549, for the US launch on Thursday.
Samsung has launched its own smartphone hardware refund service, offering people who purchase a new Samsung smartphone a way to get up to $300 for their old smartphone from a variety of companies.
HTC is rumored to be working on a big smartphone product with a five inch display and a resolution of 1794x1080, with a possible launch in September or October of 2012.
Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Note 10.1, their new S-Pen-touting tablet announced at MWC in February, will be available worldwide this month in Wi-Fi and 3G models
Samsung confirms that a new version of its giant 'phablet', the 5.3" Galaxy Note, will be revealed later this month - and many expect its successor to feature an even larger display.
Samsung has sent select members of the media an invitation for an event to be held on August 15th where the company plans to reveal a new "Galaxy" branded product.
Samsung has announced that it has sold a worldwide total of over 50 million Galaxy S I and Galaxy S II since the original's launch in 2010, along with seven million units of the Galaxy Note.
The huge Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone won't be getting its promised Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) update until sometime in the second quarter of 2012, but it will also get some software additions
Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, a larger version of its already big Galaxy Note smartphone that will run on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).
Samsung has now launched a new viral video called the Samsung Street Challenge that's more than a little similar to Microsoft's popular Smoked by Windows Phone campaign.
AT&T has announced that it will begin selling the 5.3 inch Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone in the US. The Android-powered smartphone will be priced at $299.99 with a two year contract.
A new rumor claims that Samsung's Galaxy Note mini-tablet will be coming to the US in early 2012 and that AT&T will sell the device with an included NFC chip inside.
It's an enormous, 5.3" device designed for note taking; it has a stylus, some very cool software and a massive battery; it's the gargantuan Samsung Galaxy Note that I go hands-on with today.
Today at Samsung's IFA event, the company has unveiled the Galaxy Tab 7.7 - a 7-inch dual-core tablet - and the Galaxy Note which features a 5.3-inch display, dual-core processor and S Pen stylus
Samsung may have inadvertently revealed the names of the three new products it was supposed to reveal on September 1.