Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Pro may be slightly outdated next to the Galaxy Tab S line, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t still solid tablets. Best Buy has marked down the 8.4-inch variant of the Tab Pro by $80 today, so you can snag one in white or black for just $249. That puts the device at the same price range that Samsung asks for the significantly weaker Galaxy Tab 4 line, so if you were planning on picking up a Samsung tablet soon, this deal might be worth looking at.
The Tab Pro packs a 2k display, a Snapdragon 800 CPU clocked at 2.3 GHz, and 16 GB of internal storage plus a slot for a microSD card. Hit the link below to check out the deal.
source: Best Buy
It looks like Apple’s newest flagship isn’t the only new smartphone having issues. Despite Samsung’s attempts at poking fun at Apple for bendgate, the company could be facing something like gapgate with its newest Note. According to a report by the Korean media the Note 4 has an issue where there’s considerable space between the display and the phone’s casing and it’s reportedly a considerable space.
Sprint, the last of the four major US carriers, has just published a pre-order page for Samsung’s flagship phablet of 2014, the Galaxy Note 4 — so you can now reserve yourself a unit on either AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile or Sprint.
The Galaxy Alpha is beginning to make its way to additional markets. At launch, the United Kingdom was the only place where the metal device was easily found. Now, the Galaxy Alpha is available in India for INR 39,990 (or about $653). It can be found online or in retail stores. Samsung is partnering with Indian carrier Airtel to include a promotion with 50GB of 4G LTE data over two months.
According to Samsung, the Galaxy Alpha is the first of many devices to come to India that will have a 4G LTE connection.
Now that Samsung’s latest flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 4, is available to pre-order from all four major U.S. carriers, the firm has taken to YouTube to actively encourage further awareness of the handset with its pretty long and rather funny ‘Note Pun Intended’ promotional video.
Hit the break below to check it out.
Samsung announced they were speeding up the launch of their Galaxy Note 4 in South Korea to stay competitive with Apple’s iPhone launch. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean we get to buy the device any earlier in the US, but it does mean that we get to see some unboxing videos ahead of time.
Samsung Tomorrow got their hands on a device on launch day and went through the proper unboxing treatment, showing off the device and all of the included accessories. You get all of the typical Samsung flagship accessories, including user manuals, USB cables, headphones, etc. plus the Galaxy Note’s S Pen tips and replacement tool.
A device expected to be the Galaxy A7 has arrived in India for testing. Indian shipping site Zauba has located a device with the model number SM-A700FD. This Samsung device is going to be launched in select markets featuring a metal design with a modest price. The suggested retail price is somewhere between $450 and $500.
AT&T is currently pushing out a relatively minor over-the-air stability update to all its carrier-branded Galaxy S4 Active smartphones currently located in the United States. Sadly, this upgrade doesn’t bring much in terms of added functionality, but it does include an updated edition of Google Maps, some security improvements and a handful of ‘system stability developments,’ aimed at enhancing connectivity when using voice calling and SMS.
For the last few weeks, Apple has been the center of attention with the launch of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and iOS 8. Some of that attention, though, is negative. A software update rolled out earlier this week was faulty and the company halted it. This was followed by “bendgate,” a situation in which Apple’s iPhones are bending. Samsung is unsurprisingly taking advantage bendgate by promoting the Galaxy Note Edge. In a tweet with the image above attached, Samsung says “Curved. Not bent. #Galaxy Note Edge.”
Earlier on Thursday, LG was in on the fun to promote the LG G Flex.
Source: @SamsungMobile (Twitter)
Samsung has announced that it will be holding its second annual Developer Conference this fall. The event will take place on Thursday, November 11 through Thursday, November 13 and will be held at Moscone West in downtown San Francisco where attendees can explore the ‘connected living’ concept.
More than 10 topics will be discussed at the convention during a total of 90 action-packed sessions. These sittings will be based on a variety of different themes, including Smart Health, Wearables, Virtual Reality, Mobile, Smart Home and Games.
Hit the break below to view the full press release.