T-Mobile finally rolls out Android Lollipop update to Samsung Galaxy Note 4 via OTA. The update is around 1086 MB and brings lot of new features, performance improvement and bug fixes.
Samsung’s latest TV commercial for its latest Android flagship smartphones, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, uses a lot of bright colors to promote their impressive display.
AT&T announced that users of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will soon be getting a new version of Android 5.0 for their devices via US OTA. This update is reported to be released in waves and the first batch of users will be the ones with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910A.
During its MWC presentation this year Samsung put a huge emphasis on the exquisite display unit in its latest Galaxy S6 flagship. And, as it turns out, this is more than just a promotional stunt.
The Sprint has posted official information about the update of Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and the over-the-air rollout has started today.
Did you know that the Galaxy Note 4 has heart-melting commercials with furry friends that extol the virtues of its excellent 16 MP camera with optical image stabilization?
Samsung’s latest phablet flagship is finally getting the Lollipop treatment. The version to go first is the SM-N910F, which is the European Snapdragon version of the handset.
Samsung has started rolling out the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the Galaxy Note 4 in South Korea.
Android Lollipop update frenzy at full speed manufacturers are pushing hard to update their device lineups as quick as possible. Just a few hours ago new information has surfaced, regarding Android 5.0 on the Galaxy Note 4.
If you’re having Samsung’s latest Note device, the Galaxy Note 4 from Sprint or T-Mobile, but were hoping for a different software experience, Cyanogen inc. has come to your rescue.
Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy Note 4 S-LTE in a low-profile announcement later this week. The first phone to support Cat. 9 LTE for theoretical download speeds of up to 450Mbps.
Sprint started offering its customers a leasing scheme for certain high-end smartphones.