T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Better Late Than Never

It’s good news for all Samsung Galaxy Note 5 users as T-Mobile has just joined Verizon, Sprint and AT&T by kicking off the Android Nougat update to this model. T-Mobile’s senior product manager, Desmond Smith, revealed that Android 7.0 Nougat for the phablet was approved on April 22, Friday and so, customers should begin seeing Read more about T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Better Late Than Never[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Waltz Into Nougat, At Last!

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 arrived back in 2015 with a 5.7-inch display size while being powered by Exynos 7420 Octa paired to a 4GB RAM. The device sported a 16MP rear-facing camera along with a 5MP selfie-snapper. The Note 5 arrived with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop right out-of-the-box and now, it’s good news for all Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Waltz Into Nougat, At Last![…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 May Not Have Made Everyone Happy

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was released two years back but it came with pretty impressive features – so much so that some has dubbed it the best among all of Samsung’s products. The Galaxy Note 4 is equipped with a speediest processor of its time and features a gorgeous QHD display as well as Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 4 May Not Have Made Everyone Happy[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4: What Regret Looks Like

Business is synonymous to profit; we’re sure you’re aware of that. So, it’s evident that one of the biggest sin Samsung committed with the Galaxy Note 4 is not foregoing its removable battery feature. Yes, of course it wasn’t sinful to our eyes because that simply meant that we could increase the beloved device’s lifespan. Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 4: What Regret Looks Like[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Last Of Its Kind – Like Nexus 6

The future looked so bright for the Samsung Galaxy Note series when the Note 4 was released in 2014. Not only was it not riddled with reliability issues, Samsung didn’t compromise on anything – it had all the features users wanted in a flagship, and a little more. While the Galaxy Note 5 and Note Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Last Of Its Kind – Like Nexus 6[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4: So Good That It’s Bad

To the eyes of the buyers, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is truly a champ. However, it may have been so good that it turned out to be bad for the manufacturer. The Galaxy Note 4 came with the removable battery feature which lots of new devices lack. By keeping this feature, the device’s lifespan Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 4: So Good That It’s Bad[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Mistakes Were Made

Sooner or later, all smartphones would end up without removable batteries. If you said that say, 5 years ago, it would’ve been dismissed as ridiculous. But just look where we are now. There’s really no telling what the future holds. LG is one of the last notable OEMs in the market to produce devices with Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Mistakes Were Made[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 3: We’re Done When I Say We’re Done

At this point, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has been around for a little more than three years, which is a remarkably long time for a smartphone. Some may deign to say that the Note 3 is pretty ancient by now, and it’s difficult to say that they’re wrong. Does that mean that the Galaxy Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 3: We’re Done When I Say We’re Done[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4: The Worst Is Yet To Come

The release of the first Samsung Galaxy Note was revolutionary as it basically sparked the trend of plus-size phablets in the market. At that time, market leader Apple was refused to buy into the idea that people wanted large phones, but eventually relented with the launch of the iPhone 6 Plus. However, Samsung wasn’t content Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 4: The Worst Is Yet To Come[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Don’t Waste Money On Galaxy Note 5

If you’re looking for an affordable Samsung Galaxy Note device to replace your deceased Galaxy Note 7, the closest affordable option would be the Galaxy Note 5. And since you’ve spent all that dough on the Note 7, it makes more sense to go for a used or refurbished model. But maybe you shouldn’t consider Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Don’t Waste Money On Galaxy Note 5[…]

Samsung Learns From Biggest Galaxy Note 4 Mistake

It may not be wrong in our eyes and maybe even your eyes, but it’s definitely wrong in the eyes of the manufacturer. One of the biggest mistakes Samsung did with the Galaxy Note 4 is not doing away with its removable battery feature. By retaining the feature, the device’s lifespan would have been decreased Read more about Samsung Learns From Biggest Galaxy Note 4 Mistake[…]

Samsung Won’t Repeat Galaxy Note 4 Mistake

In retrospect, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was a mistake. It may not be so to you or to me, but to Samsung it was far from their best device. If there was something the company could do about the phone, it would be to get rid of its removable battery. By doing so, the Read more about Samsung Won’t Repeat Galaxy Note 4 Mistake[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Figures Put Nexus 6P To Shame

It looks like the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge has topped the list of the most popular devices of 2016 in the United States, according to AnTuTu. In fact, Samsung seemed to have dominated the list by securing seven out of the 10 spots. But what was more notable was the fact the despite the Samsung Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Figures Put Nexus 6P To Shame[…]

Samsung Benefits From Galaxy S6 Failure

Did you know that it is possible for you to get a 7,000mAh battery for your Samsung Galaxy S3? Well, it’s harder now, but when the device was still in its prime such third-party options were easily accessible. And it’s stuff like that that have allowed Galaxy S3 users to hold on to their devices Read more about Samsung Benefits From Galaxy S6 Failure[…]

Samsung Slams Door On Galaxy Note 4

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is still considered to be up-to-date as it is currently running on its August security patch (in Europe). However, this may all change once the Galaxy Note 7 picks up again in 2017, leaving the Note 4 to slowly, but surely, become obsolete, just like the Note 3. But the Read more about Samsung Slams Door On Galaxy Note 4[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Where Galaxy S7 Falls Short

Following the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explosive incident, the device was discontinued which left consumers, who were looking forward to the latest phablet, to pick between the Galaxy S7 Edge and the Galaxy Note 5 from the Samsung’s line. Despite the fact that the Grace UX software has been carried on by the Galaxy S7, Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Where Galaxy S7 Falls Short[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: It’s About Time!

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will soon receive the Android 7.0 Nougat update following Samsung’s start on the Nougat development. The Galaxy Note 5 was the best phone of last year, as voted by Americans. So, it’s about time that Samsung brings the Nougat update to this device. The South Korean manufacturer seems to have Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 5: It’s About Time![…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Let’s Call It Dirt Cheap

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is, now, the latest Note from the brand, following the discontinuation of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Despite being about a year old now, it still looks like one of the best smartphones around. The Galaxy Note 5 has a curved backside with a glass back and it comes with Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 5: Let’s Call It Dirt Cheap[…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Goodbye Android!

In terms of monthly security patches, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 remains fairly up-to-date as users are on the August security patch (in Europe), but once the Galaxy Note 7 starts taking off again as 2017 beckons, the Note 4 may fade out and join the Note 3 in obscurity. While it’s understandable that the Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Goodbye Android![…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Brings Galaxy Note 5 Woes

Although those who had pre-ordered the device managed to get it, regular consumers in Europe haven’t had proper access to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 because it hasn’t been officially launched in the region. It felt like the Galaxy Note 5 all over again, but at least the Galaxy Note 7 would inevitably arrive unlike Read more about Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Brings Galaxy Note 5 Woes[…]