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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners on AT&T are waking up to a very nice treat today. The company has announced that the upgrade to Android 5.0 Lollipop has started rolling out.
Android Lollipop is currently rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in India, but now we’re seeing some more Samsung + Lollipop love here in the U.S.
Looking to get your Android fix on the cheap? This week you can get a Samsung Galaxy Tab or Galaxy Note 4 for 40% off along with deals on LG headphones, apps, games, and more. There’s even a Google Play movie sale fit for Oscar season.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is the next Samsung flagship to start receiving its Android 5.0 Lollipop upgrade. Hold your horses before you start mashing that “check for update” button, though: it’s only rolling out in Poland.
Whether you need the protection of a case, the power of wireless charging, or an easy way to go hands-free in the car, there are plenty of accessories for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 to choose from. We’ve combed over the available options and narrowed them down to a select few of our favorites
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 picks up where previous Note models left off with its included S Pen. The Note 4 carries all of the functionality we have come to expect from Note devices plus a few new tricks. The following settings and tips will help you get the most out of using the S Pen with your Galaxy Note 4.
Despite raking in $48.6 billion in revenue for Q4 2014, Samsung’s mobile business is down 64% year-over-year. Here’s to hoping the Samsung Galaxy S6 can turn things around for 2015.
Whether your new to the Samsung Galaxy S4 or a seasoned veteran, there are so many features packed into Samsung’s latest flagship that there are bound to be a few you haven’t heard of. We’ve compiled some of our favorites in the following list, including everything from shortcuts and gestures to voice commands and controlling your TV.
Samsung has announced a new version of their Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and it’s one we definitely wished was headed to everyone in the market for a new smartphone. Can you say “amazing new LTE radios and Snapdragon 810?”
The Gear VR is designed to work with only one smartphone from Samsung’s stable of many: the Galaxy Note 4. Obviously, that leaves a large majority of the Android-toting population squarely stuck in their non-virtual realities. What if there was a way to get the Samsung Gear VR to work with other devices?
Verizon is pushing out an update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 that brings a handful of bug fixes, improvements, and even compatibility for the Samsung Gear VR headset. Changelog in the post.
Just a quick heads-up that the developer edition of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is now available over at Samsung’s website. This device comes with an unlockable bootloader, though the catch is that it will only work on Verizon.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is available just about everywhere now, so Samsung wants to make sure you know that. The company has dropped two new ads promoting their latest and greatest smartphone.
Samsung and Verizon always seem to be cuddle buddies when it comes to developer editions of their phones. The two have once again come together to offer a developer edition of Samsung’s latest flagship, with said flagship being the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
In what would otherwise be an ordinary social media marketing pump, Samsung posted a photo of the Galaxy Note 4 noting that its Quad HD Super AMOLED display is “super sweet.” On the display was a picture of some sweet, sweet looking lollipops.