Wait no further, on September 1st, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will be available for purchase at PhP32,990.
Earlier in the month, I was one of the few people who got to play around with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. This time around, we put Samsung’s latest tablet through its paces for our full review.
Today, just 10 day before its official unveiling on the 29th, Samsung Mobile, through its official channel on YouTube, has teased the new device.
On first impression, the Galaxy Note 10.1 is curiously similar to the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1.
Cnet and Tom’s Hardware are reporting that Samsung will be debuting the successor to the Galaxy Note–cleverly named Galaxy Note II–at the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event in Berlin on August 29.
The Samsung Galaxy Note can now add another feather in its Big cap with the announcement that huge star and world-renowned athlete, David Beckham is Samsung’s Official Ambassador for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Samsung Smart App Challenge 2012, a global app competition aimed at boosting the mobile ecosystem for GALAXY Tab and GALAXY Note users.
Just as Samsung announced the Galaxy S III in London last week, Samsung Electronics Philippines is dropping the prices of the three of their Galaxy devices.
After Samsung, one of the country’s leading pioneers in technology, launched the Samsung Galaxy Note—the very first tablet and smart phone hybrid in the market—fans and converts alike just couldn’t get enough of this new revolutionary super-device.
Earlier today, Smart Communications unveiled its latest Postpaid plan, dubbed as its best value plan, Plan 1000.