The massive response to Apple's bigger iPhone 6 models has inspired Samsung to push up the launch of the new Galaxy Note 4 phablet, according to a news report. A Samsung employee said the "positive reaction from consumers to those two...Show More Summary
Motorola and Samsung’s latest smartphones are two of the biggest Android releases of late 2014, but how do they compare? Read on as we compare the features and specs of the Galaxy Note 4 and 2014 Moto X... Continue Reading Samsung Galaxy Note 4 vs. Show More Summary
Samsung failed to properly react to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch – the company inexplicably delayed announcing launch details for the Galaxy Note 4 model even though it announced the device almost a week before Apple unveiled...Show More Summary
As expected, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have dominated the news cycle ever since Apple took the stage in Cupertino earlier this month. Records were broken and lines were formed, but on the other side of the world, another huge smartphone launch was taking shape. Show More Summary
Samsung has reportedly decided to move up the launch of its new Galaxy Note 4 smartphone following a positive reaction and strong first week sales from Apple’s new larger iPhones 6 models. The KoreaTimes cited an unnamed employee in Samsung’s marketing department who said “the positive reaction from consumers to those two Apple devices prompted […]
Samsung is seemingly worried about the launch of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, and is said to be accelerating its release schedule for the Galaxy Note 4. While pre-order interest in the handset in Samsung's home market has been...Show More Summary
It’s pretty rare to see something new and unexpected when it comes to smartphones these days. Between an endless cycle of leaks and the annual slog of product announcements, it’s nice to see something that takes you by surprise. That’s why I’m so amped for the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge: because it’s wonderfully weird. More »
The Galaxy Note 3 was so good, so what can Samsung do to make the world’s best phablet even better? Mostly, make it feel more premium of course. More »
Tonight’s the night. Samsung has officially introduced its long-awaited Galaxy Note 4 smartphone, the novel Galaxy Note Edge, and a swathe of wearables. Here’s how much they all cost and when you can get them in Australia. More » ...
One of the first things you'll notice about the iPhone 6 is its display — not only is it much larger than that of the iPhone 5s (4.7 inches vs. 4 inches), but it's also significantly sharper. Dr. Raymond Soneira of DisplayMate conducted a test to see just how much Apple has improved its smartphone display since the iPhone 5 was released in 2012. Show More Summary
In 2011, Samsung created the first "phablet" with the original Galaxy Note. Now that Apple has a large-screened smartphone of its own, wouldn't it be nice to plop down the iPhone 6 Plus next to Samsung's flagship phablet (at least until...Show More Summary
As we know, Samsung unveiled at IFA with support for new planshetofon stylus Samsung Galaxy Note 4, as well as his version of Samsung Galaxy Note Edge with a curved display. Taking pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, including Russia, have already started - model costs 34,990 rubles, and should go on sale in October. Show More Summary
AT&T has begun taking pre-orders for the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The handset can be yours for $299.99 on a 2-year contract, $34.42/month with AT&T Next or $825.99 off-contract, and will begin shipping from October 14th. Available in charcoal black and frost white color options, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 features a 5.7-inch 2560 […]
Living with the iPhone 6 Plus, part 2: In our post-review check-in, Tim takes a deeper look at living with SwiftKey on the iPhone 6 Plus versus his current go-to phablet phone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Samsung has just launched a new app as part of its enterprise and business themed KNOX mobile security division called My KNOX, designed to offer better protection for employees who use their own smartphones for work.
In addition to a the U.S. market, today marks the official start date for Galaxy Note 4 pre-orders in the UK. Per the company's announcement a couple of days ago, eager Note 4 buyers can now pre-order the device from Samsung's ten retail stores across the country before general sales begin on Oct. 10.
Apple's phablet, the iPhone 6 Plus, has a smaller screen than Samsung's Galaxy Note 4, but a bigger body.
And in other don't-need-to-line-up news, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is available for preorder today on a couple of U.S. carriers. (Two others go up next week.) Here's the deal: AT&T — $34.42 monthly, $299 on contract, $850 outright (preorder) Verizon — $34 monthly, $299 on contract, $699 outright (preorder) Sprint preorders start Sept. Show More Summary