What’s Different? Samsung Galaxy Note 2 vs. Galaxy Note

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Well, it turns out that the original Note has been quite the resounding success and Samsung followed up with the Note II. But what’s different between the two? How much of an upgrade is it?

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Newer Samsung Galaxy S III “Leak” Reveals Lack of Buttons, More Specs

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Earlier today, we reported on a leaked SGS3 photo that seemed to indicate quite a few things about the upcoming Samsung smartphone. Now, we’re seeing a brand new leaked image that is actually quite a bit different from the other versions of the Galaxy S III that we had already seen previously.

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Holo Everywhere

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Translating these statements from Googlese, it means that if manufacturers won’t comply to this requirement of inclusion of this compulsory Holo theming as default. In its turn, it means that instead of their own, quite incompatible with Android 4.0 theming (think about Samsung’s TouchWiz, HTC’s Sense UI, and others) such “fragmented” devices either won’t get a license for official Android 4.0, or at least won’t get access to Google’s Android Market and Google Apps. Or both.

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Samsung Galaxy S III Going 3D?

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According to an article in Korean ETnews, that is retold by Phandroid, the Samsung Galaxy S III may sport a 3D-capable screen. There were several wishful renderings of Samsung’s new flagship phone swirling around in the Internet recently, all of them were mildly dismissed by Samsung.

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Samsung Galaxy-Tab 8.9 Wi-Fi to be on T-Mobile USA

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Samsung seems to never run out of new ideas when it comes to gadgets, and this is the same reason why T-Mobile is acquiring a new version of Samsung Galaxy Tab that is not similar to the 7.7 version, which was pulled out immediately from the booth of Samsung Mobile at IFA in the early part of September.

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TouchWiz update for Galaxy Tab 10.1 put on hold

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Not that long ago, Samsung pushed out a TouchWiz UI update for its Galaxy Tab 10.1, but it appears that this update comes with a bug. Samsung has apparently stopped the updating process, giving them the time to “assess progress and ensure it is a positive experience for users.”

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Samsung Galaxy S Captivate training with Rogers begins, launch imminent?

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There’s two parts to this story, let’s start with what I feel is the more exciting bit. The Android lineup from Rogers Wireless is due for a serious upgrade in light of the cool devices hitting up Bell and Telus these days. Not to be outdone, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy S Captivate is almost ready for Canada’s big red carrier.

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