Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 LTE version is all set to launch in U.S. All the date for the launch is not yet provided but it is believed to be launching very soon. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is a high-profit device powered by a 1.4 GHz dual core processor and a 2 GB RAM. The phone also one large screen having a gorilla glass measuring 10.1 inches and resolutions of 1280 x 800 pixels. 5megapixel rear and 1.9 mega-pixel front are its salient features. There is one powerful battery attached with the phone with the power of 7000 mAh. In terms of storage, 16 GB memory internal memory is available in the phone and if it's not enough there is place for micro SD slot available for the users.
If see the official page of the phone there it is writer price tag of $499, but it's yet to be opened for sales to the general public.
US Cellular has announced that the Galaxy Note 10.1 is now available for those who are interested at $499.99. The carrier formally launched their Note 10.1 devices last Feb 27 and it can be had under a 2-year contract plan. That plan has 2GB worth of mobile data. The carrier featured the tablet sans the LTE connectivity on its website back in February.
This device runs on Android Jelly Bean 4.1, quad-core Exynos processor by Samsung that clocks in at 1.4 GHz each, 2GB RAM, front and rear cameras, 16GB internal memory that could be expanded by using microSD and a 7000mAh battery. It uses an S-pen stylus and comes with DropBox cloud. It is also offered on Verizon and Sprint, prior to US Cellular's announcement.
There are plenty of people who are waiting for this device but most will probably want to buy those that do not carry plans, considering the rate at which these tablets get replaced and/or updated.
Samsung Galaxy S 3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 2 by US Cellular will finally be updated to the MB1 build. This includes a few improvements and additions to the present build and promises an upgrade to the latest Android Jelly Bean.
The S 3 will most possibly have some bugs fixed and a few enhancements on audio during streaming. There will also be some additional capabilities for the camera, which will appeal to those who love continuous shooting.
On the other hand, there is no information given as to what upgrades or additions will be provided to the Note 2, since it already runs on the latest Jelly Bean. Also, it should be easier to flash Samsung devices when the update finally goes over the air. As such, always back up your phone and ensure that you got your phone's version correctly prior to downloading anything.
Starting April 16, U.S. Cellular subscribers will be able to preorder the Samsung Galaxy S4. It will have a 13-megapixel camera, run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, and feature a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 series processor, or a 1.6GHz eight-core Samsung's Exynos 5 Octa.
If you're with U.S.Cellular and you want to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy S4 from US Cellular, you can go to the link below right now and register your interest. The carrier will supposedly remind you when pre-orders start, and keep you up to date with other kinds of info regarding this handset.
Link: U.S. Cellular
While most US carriers have delayed the launch of the Galaxy S 4 because of supply shortage, such as Sprint and T-Mobile, US Cellular will carry on as scheduled and will release its Samsung Galaxy S 4 stocks for those who pre-ordered on April 26th. It has just given its word that the phone will arrive on time.
Furthermore, as if that's not too good to be true, they will also throw in a free Galaxy S 4 S View Flip cover that is a $60 gift value. The S View Flip cover is the perfect accessory to your Galaxy S 4 because it protects your phone without adding much bulk.
The Galaxy S 4 16GB version from US Cellular costs $ 199.99 for a two-year contract. US Cellular is still taking pre-orders up until today so hurry if you want to be one of the first people to own the device. That is if all goes well with the April 26th shipment and if it doesn't, we're pretty sure you won't be the only ones to deal with the S 4 delay.
Sprint has officially release Android 4.3 update for the Galaxy S3 is now pushing out hard and heavy on all three of the four major US carriers. Besides the improvements and stability that should come with 4.3, this one will add support for the Galaxy Gear if you've been eyeing Samsung's smartwatch but don't feel like buying a Note 3.
If you own a Samsung Galaxy S3 on either Sprint or US Cellular, you should receive an OTA notification anytime soon. Go to Settings > About device > Software update to check for the update manually, but don't forget that all you can do is be patient.