Samsung Galaxy Note 3 May Sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Processor

Samsung’s Galaxy Note II was a very successful phablet when it hit the shelves in September last year, a couple of months after the manufacturer’s hugely successful Galaxy S III smartphone caused ripples in the smartphone market.  The successor to the Samsung Galaxy S III, the Samsung Galaxy S4, hit the shelves just last month

Samsung Galaxy S4 – To Upgrade Or Not To Upgrade?

Seeing as Samsung Galaxy S3 global sales have crossed the 50 million mark already and there’s a good chance they’ll top 60 mil in the next month or so, it’s safe to assume some of you reading me out there have a GS3 in their pockets. Or on the coffee table. Or they’re straight up

Focus on Galaxy Note 3: The Next Big Thing?

Despite making an amazing promise to its users anticipating their next flagship smartphone during the launch of the HTC One, HTC seems to have let everyone down with reports of delays of the phone and talk of its poor financial standing.  Their recent launch of the HTC First and the Facebook Phone or FaPhone has

[Rumor] Samsung Galaxy Note 3 To Feature Unbreakable Glass

While Samsung may be busy preparing for the entry of their latest flagship model, the Samsung Galaxy S4, into the market a lot of people are already looking forward to the launch of another of its devices. This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 which is expected to replace their Samsung Galaxy Note 2 model.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 To Be Showcased To AT&T Executives

The Galaxy Note series of devices has proven to be a success for Samsung so far. It started with the first Galaxy Note N7000 released in October 2011 then followed by the Galaxy Note II N7100 which was released in August 2012.  This year the company is planning to release the third iteration of this

Samsung Galaxy Note III: Hardware Speculations

While the Note II has just recently launched, it is not too early to speculate about the successor. In fact, we have already been seeing a few rumors surface around the Samsung Galaxy Note III and the hardware possibilities the device has. Wireless Charging Those old USB chargers are not going to be needed in the next