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Update (8/5): European retailers have begun accepting Note 7 pre-orders.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 U.S. availability

AT&T

The Note 7 is now available for pre-order on AT&T’s Next program for 30 payments of $29.34, or for 24 payments of $36.67 with AT&T Next Every Year. You can also pre-order the device for $879.99 full retail.

There are also a few other promotions AT&T is running with the launch of the Note 7:

Buy one Galaxy Note 7 and get a $695 in monthly AT&T Next credits to purchase a second.

Buy a Galaxy Note 7 and get a free Samsung Gear S2 with 2-year agreement

Buy a Galaxy Note 7 and get a Galaxy Tab E for $0.99

T-Mobile

Galaxy Note 7 pre-orders are now live from T-Mobile. The device can be yours for $69.99 down and $32.50 per month for 24 months, or for $849.99 full retail. For a limited time, customers who pre-order the device from T-Mobile will get their choice between a full year of Netflix, a Samsung Gear Fit 2 or a Samsung 256GB microSD card.

Sprint

You can now pre-order the Galaxy Note 7 from Sprint for $849.99 full retail. If you’d rather not pay that much up front, you can pay $35.42 per month for 24 months, or $349.99 with a two-year contract. Plus, Sprint is offering the same Gear Fit 2/256GB microSD card deal that all other carriers are providing.

U.S. Cellular

The Note 7 is now available for pre-order in Silver Titanium and Black Onyx color options from UScellular. It can be yours for $27.80 per month for 30 months, $34.75 per month for 24 months, $41.70 per month for 20 months, or for $785.99 full retail. And for a limited time, customers can get a free Gear Fit 2 or Samsung 256GB microSD card with their purchase.

Other retailers

Sam’s Club is probably the best place to buy the Galaxy Note 7. Not only are they providing either a free Gear Fit 2 or 256GB microSD card, they’re also throwing in a free $150 gift card!

Best Buy has announced its plans to carry the Galaxy Note 7, though no availability details have been revealed as of yet. If you’re interested in receiving updates from the retailer, you can sign up at the link below.

In a statement to MobileSyrup, Samsung Canada stated that the Note 7 is headed to “major carriers, retailers and the Samsung Experience Stores” on August 19 in Blue Coral, Silver Titanium and Black Onyx color options.

Rogers, Telus, Bell, Wind Mobile, Videotron, Koodo, SaskTel and MTS will be getting the device. It will be available for $1,049.99 off-contract and $549.99 with a two-year contract.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 U.K. and Europe availability

Officially, the Note 7 isn’t supposed to be available for pre-order in Europe until August 16, with sales going live September 2. However, it looks like most retailers have decided to start taking pre-orders on the device ahead of schedule.

The official EU pricing looks like it’s going to be €849, and the UK’s price tag is similar at £699. It’s worth noting that when Samsung starts taking official pre-orders, they’re likely to throw extra accessories into the package. Even though retailers are taking orders now, it might be worth waiting around until August 16 to see if you can snag those extra products in addition to your Galaxy Note 7.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Vs Note 4 Comparison Review

Our Verdict

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was one of the biggest smartphone (or phablet) launches of 2014. With significantly faster hardware and a fantastic Quad HD screen, and now available from just £449, you don’t need us to help you decide whether you should buy the Note 4. That said, at £289 the Note 3 is an absolute steal, and you will not be disappointed with either smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was unveiled in September and remains one of the best phablets you can buy, but how does it compare to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3? We reveal all in our Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Note 4 comparison review. Also see:  Best smartphones 2024 and Best phablets 2024. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Note 4: UK price

Bought SIM-free, the older Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is much cheaper than the Note 4. At the time of writing you could pick up a new 32GB Note 3 in white with two batteries and a free 8GB Micro-SD card from eBay for £289, although the auction site notes that the price for the Note 3 trends at around £339.

On the same site the Galaxy Note 4 commands an extra £200, although we found it SIM-free at Amazon for £449. That puts at very least a £110 price difference between Note 3 and Note 4.

Few people will buy either the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 or Note 4 outright, instead choosing a two-year tariff from one of the UK’s mobile operators. If you are looking for the cheapest deal, though, check out the best SIM-only deals 2024. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Note 4: Design and build

With both Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Note 4 featuring a 5.7in screen, there isn’t too much difference in the size and weight of these two phablets. The Note 3 measures 151.2×79.2×8.3mm and weighs 168g, while the Note 4 is 153.5×78.6×8.5mm, 176g. Both come with an S Pen, but the Note 4’s has been redesigned to work more like a real pen. Also see: Best new phones coming in 2024.  

But there are some differences between Note 3 and Note 4 in terms of design and build. For a start, whereas the Note 3 comes in Jet Black, Classic White and Blush Pink, the Note 4 also comes in Copper Gold.  

The Note 4 has the same soft-texture rear cover, but now has a premium metal frame. 

Also new to the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is a fingerprint scanner, heart-rate monitor and a UV sensor.  

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Note 4: Screen

While both phablets feature a 5.7in screen, Samsung concentrates on quality over size with its Note 4. Like the LG G3, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 features a Quad HD (2560×1440) screen. Until you see Quad HD and full-HD side by side it’s impossible to appreciate just how awesome is the difference. The Note 4’s display is significantly more impressive than the Note 3’s full-HD (1920×1080) panel, with a staggering pixel density of 515ppi against the Note 3’s 386ppi. 

It was heavily rumoured that, in common with the Samsung Galaxy Round, a version of the Note 4 would be available with a curved (or flexible) screen. In fact, we got the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Note 4: Processor, graphics and performance

When the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was released in September 2013 it totally blew away all other contenders in terms of performance. Its 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 quad-core chip, paired with 3GB of RAM and Adreno 330 graphics, turned in an extraordinary 4057 points in Geekbench 2, 54fps in GFXBench Egypt, and 589ms in SunSpider. And that’s still fast even today. 

Things get even faster with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 – although it may not be obvious from the benchmarks, which have since been updated. However, as you can see from our comparison of all the latest smartphones we’ve tested in our article  What’s the fastest smartphone 2024, the Note 4 is incredibly fast. Its 2.7GHz Snapdragon 805 chip, 3GB of RAM and Adreno 420 graphics powered it to scores of 3272 points in Geekbench 3.0, 1367ms in SunSpider, and 27- and 11fps in GFXbench 3.0’s T-Rex and Manhattan tests respectively. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Note 4: Storage

Not a great deal has changed on the storage front, and like the Note 3 the Note 4 comes with 32GB of storage with microSD supported, here up to 128GB. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Note 4: Connectivity

One difference is the addition of Samsung’s Download Booster, first seen in the S5, which pairs 4G and Wi-Fi to offer a theoretical max download speed of 400Mb/s. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Note 4: Cameras

There have been a few tweaks in the photography department. Now fitted with a 16Mp (rather than 13Mp) rear camera and a dual- (rather than single-) LED flash, the Note 4 is capable of capturing better photos than the Note 3. Both phones are, as before, able to capture 4K UHD video at 30fps, full-HD at 60fps, and slow-motion HD at 120fps. 

The front-facing camera in the Note 4 is also improved, now a 3.7Mp monster with a f1.9 lens and a Wide Selfie mode. The Note 3 features a 2Mp front camera. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Note 4: Software

Both phones run Samsung’s latest TouchWiz interface over Android KitKat, although you can expect Samsung to upgrade each to Android Lollipop within the coming months. The Note 4 already has a Lollipop-cards-style recent apps menu, and the transparent clock/weather widget looks nice.

Multi Window isn’t new, but it lets you use two apps at once in a split-screen view. These windows can be resized, too, to allow more space for an app that requires it, for example. The Note 4 also offers the ability to view a window as a pop-up screen that can be moved around and will let you continue working in the background.

The Air Command wheel lets you access features such as Action Memo, Screen Write, Image Clip and the new Smart Select feature by pressing the small button on the side of the S Pen. By default this appears when you remove the S Pen from its holder, but if you find that annoying then you can change the settings to do something else or nothing at all.

A swipe away from the main home screen is the ‘Magazine’ BlinkFeed-style aggregator, which can be customised or removed if it’s not to your taste.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Note 4: Battery life

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is supplied with a generous 3200mAh battery, which Samsung claims offers up to 13 hours of internet usage over Wi-Fi, and about the same for video playback. In our tests battery performance was strong, lasting long enough to get us through a full day and with enough juice left over to get us into the office the next day. 

The Galaxy Note 4 has a slightly larger 3220mAh battery, and supports fast charging – from zero- to 50 percent in 30 minutes. However, it didn’t blow us away with its battery life performance, and as with the Note 3 we found only a little bit of juice would be remaining on the second day. 

One thing we do like in the Note 4 is Samsung’s Ultra Power Saving mode, which switches the screen to a greyscale interface and turns off non-essential features to squeeze out every last bit of life once the battery capacity gets critically low.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Note 4: Verdict

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 was one of the biggest smartphone (or phablet) launches of 2014. With significantly faster hardware and a fantastic Quad HD screen, and now available from just £449, you don’t need us to help you decide whether you should buy the Note 4. That said, at £289 the Note 3 is an absolute steal, and you will not be disappointed with either smartphone.

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Specs Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Specs

GSM 3G/HSPA+/LTE, GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850/900/1800/1900MHz), LTE (800/850/900/1800/2100/2600MHz), HSPA+ (850/900/1900/2100MHz)

802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Bluetooth 4.0

NFC

2.3GHz Quad GHz CPU Speed

Accelerometer, Geomagnetic, Gyro

USB 2.0, USB 3.0

3.5mm Stereo Earjack

MicroSD External Memory Slot (up to 64GB)

Micro SIM

Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

32/64GB Memory

151.2×79.2×8.3mm

168g

3200mAh Standard Battery

5.7in FHD sAMOLED 16M Colour Depth, 1920×1080

S Pen

CMOS, 13 MP BSI Sensor, Auto Focus, Smart Stabilisation, LED Flash (High CRI), and Zero Shutter Lag

CMOS, 2MP BSI sensor with Smart Stabilisation, Full HD recording @30fps

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 : Accessories Buying Guide

AceAbove Leather Folio Case with protective stand

The AceAbove Leather Folio Case provides the perfect combination of protection and a classy, elegant design, for a considerably low price. The case also includes the additional benefit of a stand, for viewing videos and movies in landscape mode, with multiple etched grooves, for the positioning the device to your optimal viewing angle. The inside of the case is lined with microfiber chamude (artificial leather) for better protection, and also features precise cutouts for ports, buttons, and the camera. Buy now on Amazon for $12.99.

iSmooth Ultra Clear HD – 3 pack

The iSmooth Ultra Clear HD screen protector is made from the highest quality Japanese PET film, and promises clear and long lasting screen protection, with the additional benefit of lifetime replacements. Installation of this screen protector is very easy and most of the time bubble free. Most importantly, using this screen protector doesn’t affect S-Pen functionality in any way. The package comes with a premium microfiber cleaning cloth, four dust removal stickers, installation tips with video, and three ultra clear HD screen protectors. All this for $9.97 on Amazon.

Spigen Glass Tempered Glass Screen Protector

This is the Ferrari of screen protectors, if you have a few extra bucks to spend and want the ultimate protection for your Galaxy Note 3, look no further. The Spigen GlastR Slim has an unbreakable ultra thin screen protection. You could try as hard as you want to scratch or dent the screen, you will not be able to. You can buy this screen protector for $39.99 from Amazon in which it has a 4/5 review rating.

Hyperion 6,400 mAh internal battery

The Hyperion 6,400 mAh extended battery for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 comes with a back cover as well, available in white or black, to accommodate the larger battery size. While this adds bulk and thickness, it’s worth it for the almost double battery life that is available to you. This product also features NFC/Google Wallet support, and a 2-year no hassle warranty, and is compatible with all US and International versions of the Galaxy Note 3. Buy now on Amazon for $27.99.

RAVPower Element 10,400 mAh external battery bank

This large 10,400 mAh external battery pack means that you don’t have to worry about losing battery life when on the go. This battery pack can charge your smartphone by as much as three times before needing to recharge (available charge is indicated by 4 LEDs), and is capable of supplying more than 500 recharge cycles in its lifetime. With dual charging ports, you can charge two devices at the same time as well.  Buy now on Amazon for $29.99.

Honorable Mentions:

Anker ASTRO 5,600 mAh external battery bank ($29.99) – Buy now on Amazon

Anker 3,200 mAh spare internal battery with NFC/Google Wallet support ($15.99) – Buy now on Amazon

Caseology 3,200 mAh spare internal battery (non NFC) 2 pack ($18.99) – Buy now on Amazon

iBolt xPro Active Car Dock

The iBolt xPro Car dock features high quality rubber over-molds and a dual spring loaded metal latch to hold your smartphone in place. The design also allows access to volume and power buttons, and is compatible with all protective cases and covers. The product includes a Dock’n Drive app that can be used as your homescreen when the phone is docked, allowing access to multiple apps, and also includes an aux-out feature, letting you listen to you smartphone music (from Pandora, Spotify, and more as well) from your car speakers (with cars that have a aux port). Buy now on Amazon for $39.95.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Wireless Charging back cover

To use wireless charging with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, you’ll need to pick up the Wireless Charging Cover for the smartphone. It replaces your existing back cover, and doesn’t draw away from the design aesthetics in any way. You can pickup this official case from Samsung on Amazon for $34.15.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Root By Chainfire Is Here!

Root for Samsung Galaxy Note 2 isn’t a new thing, since one cool dude was able to port the cf-root from other device for this 5.5-inch phablet already. But now, cf-root has landed officially for the Galaxy Note 2, but with stock recovery which is not exactly in line with earlier cf-root tools since the Galaxy S, where cf-root included the cwm recovery too.

But anyway, you can get the clockworkmod recovery for Note 2 here, with root too, but for those who are interested only in root access, and are thus fine with stock Samsung recovery, cf-root is the best one could have or hope for.

Rooting your phone helps you unlock all the goodies locked by the phone manufacturer and it makes your device run to its full potential and utilize all its resources to the fullest. But, rooting an android device voids the warranty — although you can get it back by installing the Samsung firmware back on it.

Compatibility

This hack and the guide below are compatible only and only with Galaxy Note 2, model number N7100. It’s not compatible with the US variants or other devices. Check your device’s model number in: Settings » About phone.

Warning

The methods and procedures discussed here are considered risky and you should not attempt anything if you don’t know completely what it is. If any damage occurs to your device, we won’t be held liable.

How To Gain Root Access to your Note 2

Extract the CF-Auto-Root-SGN2.zip file to obtain the .tar file by name of – CF-Auto-Root-SGN2.tar. It’s important you get a this file with .tar extension. If you get files like chúng tôi and chúng tôi you’ve knowingly or unknowingly extracted the zip twice, which means the .tar got extracted too. In that scenario, use 7-zip free software to extract the .zip file, this should get you .tar file simple and easy.

Extract the contents of the Odin3_v3.04.zip file to a folder to get bunch of files: Odin3 chúng tôi chúng tôi chúng tôi and chúng tôi Don’t delete any file. If you have not turned on ‘show system files’ option in windows you might not see some files. But you’ll see the Odin3 chúng tôi anyway, and that’s all we need.

Now, turn off your Galaxy Note 2, N7100. Wait for some 8-9 seconds.

Boot the Galaxy Note 2 into download mode, also known as Odin mode. This allows for flashing of files using Odin PC software you’s already downloaded. To boot into download mode, press and hold these keys together: Volume Down + Home + Power till the screen turns on. Then press Volume Up then to enter download mode.

If you don’t see Added!! message, the rest of guide is of no use to you. So, get it first.

Important! Do not make any other changes in Odin except selecting the required files as given in step 10. Leave all other options as they are. And make sure Re-Partition check box is not selected.

IMPORTANT Note: If ODIN gets stuck on setup connection or at any stage of this process after you’ve hit the Start button, and doesn’t seem to be doing anything, or if upon completion of the process you get a FAIL message (with red background) in ODIN, do this: disconnect the phone from the PC, close ODIN, remove battery for 4-5 seconds, re-insert it, turn phone on in Download mode again, and do the procedure again from Step 8.

That’s it. You’ve successfully rooted your Galaxy Note 2, N7100.

Surface Pro 4, Surface Book Go Up For Pre

Surface Pro 4, Surface Book go up for pre-order

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This was definitely a big week for Microsoft. Not just because it revealed some new and interesting devices but because it also managed to convert some naysayers as well, in one fell swoop. However, they do say that the test of the pudding is in the eating, and we won’t really be getting our hands on that pudding until later next month. But to whet people’s appetites, retailers Amazon, Best Buy, and Target have started taking pre-orders for the Surface Pro 4 and the Surface Book. That is, if the prices look appetizing at all.

The new Surface Pro 4 was something we’ve expected all along, though some might have been disappointed by the lack of any major new feature on the device. Which isn’t exactly a bad thing either. In effect, Microsoft is giving the message that Surface Pro line has become stable and reliable, having hit all the right notes. All that’s left, then, is to refine it. And refine it did, giving the Surface Pro 4 a bigger screen but a thinner body, a better keyboard and a more sensitive, 1024 levels to be precise, pen, a blazing hot processor and a unique cooling system.

Sadly, perfection once again comes at a price. The Surface Pro 4 starts at $899 at the lowest, with an Intel Core M processor and 128 GB storage. With the highest specs, you are looking at $1,599. And, like with its predecessors, that doesn’t include the $130 keyboard yet.

The Surface Book was the surprise star of the event, and it’s still a miracle that Microsoft was able to keep a tight lid on it all this time. Redmond’s real rival to the MacBook Pro, the device still bears half the design of a Surface tablet, but with the other half made of a real keyboard, with a real, solid, but also eccentric hinge. Microsoft calls it more a laptop and a clipboard in one. Microsoft also made a rather interesting technological marvel. That keyboard can optionally hold an NVIDIA mobile graphics chip, which makes it the mobile equivalent of a graphics amplifier that is becoming quite the fad among PC gamers these days.

With all those bells and whistles, you should expect the Surface Book to cost considerably more than the Surface Pro 4. It actually starts already at $1,499, and that’s with the Core i5 Skylake CPU, 128 GB of storage, 8 GB of RAM, and no NVIDIA GPU. At the other end of the spectrum you get a Core i7 with 512 GB of storage, 16 GB of RAM, and an NVIDIA mobile graphics card, all for the lovely price of $2,699.

Head on over to our hands-on of the Surface Pro 4 and the Surface Book to see our initial impressions of these two Microsoft flagship devices.

• Microsoft Surface Pro 4 on Amazon

• Microsoft Surface Book on Amazon

• Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Surface Book on Best Buy

• Microsoft Surface Pro 4 on Target

Overclock Samsung Galaxy Note 2 To 1.8Ghz With Note2Core Kernel

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is a pretty zippy customer right out of the box, largely due to the presence of the quad-core Exynos processor clocked at 1.6 GHz, and also the inclusion of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which is by far the smoothest and fastest version of Android yet.

While the Galaxy Note 2 can easily field most high-resolution games and apps for mobile devices, without blinking, while at the same time also having a few other processes running in the background, the ability to push the already powerful processor to a higher level is certainly quite appealing.

In that aspect, both Android enthusiasts and street racers, both have one thing in common – the Need for Speed (pun intended). And with an extremely active developer community for this magnificent device, that is one need that will never go unfulfilled.

XDA member g.lewarne, who is pretty well known and acclaimed for his contribution towards the original Galaxy Note, has released the Note2Core kernel for the Galaxy Note 2. The Note2Core 1.0 kernel is compatible with the International versions of the Galaxy Note 2 (Regular and LTE) – no joy right now for the carrier based variants yet. And there are three different versions available for each model:

Regular (STD) – No Overclocking. Set at the default 1.6 GHz and can be used as a replacement for the stock kernel

Overclock (OC) – Cranked up to 1.8 GHz, and has been extensively tested and found to be stable

Extreme (EX) – Also cranked up to 1.8 GHz and offers the best possible performance. But in a one-off circumstance, data corruption may be possible, and if that happens, wiping everything clean and flashing a fresh ROM would be the only way out.

The other key feature of this kernel (all 3 versions) is that it will auto-root any Touchwiz based ROM that it is flashed on, even a stock Samsung ROM. Plus it offers a good 50+ MB of additional RAM than most other kernels out there. All good, so lets move on to how we can get you your speed fix.

As with driving, over-speeding is always dangerous, and tricky. It is no different with overclocking your device kernel. Why do you think the manufacturer did not include an option to change the clock speed at will? Overclocking beyond a point can cause the device to become unstable, and if you notice symptoms like overheating or force closes, change the clocking value to a lower level, and let it live to die another day.

The Note2Core kernel is available as an Odin flashable tar file, as well as a CWM flashable zip file. We would be covering the Odin flash method in the guide below. With Samsung devices, flashing via Odin is always preferable

How to Install Note2Core Kernel on the Galaxy Note 2

First off, please make sure that you are either using the Stock Samsung firmware, or a Touchwiz based custom ROM on your Note 2. Note2Core is built with Touchwiz based ROMs in mind and will not work with AOSP based ROMs

Download and install the Samsung USB drivers to your PC. If you already have KIES installed OR have already installed drivers, move on to Step 3.

Download the Note2Core kernel for your device (Non-LTE or LTE) from the source page. Make sure you are downloading the Odin Tar file.

Now download Odin, and extract the zip file to a folder on your desktop. For the uninitiated, Odin is a tool which is used to flash stuff like kernels, ROMs, modems etc to Samsung devices. If this is your first time flashing something to your phone, it would be wise to get to know Odin well, as you would be needing to use it very often from hereon. Download Odin

Flashing time now. Turn off your phone and then put it into download mode. To do that, press and hold the Volume Down + Home + Power keys till the screen turns on. Then press Volume Up to continue to enter download mode.

Note: If you don’t get the Added! message, make sure that you have installed the drivers correctly, from Step 2 OR Try using a different USB Port on your PC OR Try using a different USB cable, preferably the one that came with the phone.

Leave everything else in Odin as it is. Do not touch any other buttons or check boxes. Just make sure that the Re-Partition check box is NOT checked.

What to do if Odin gets stuck: If Odin gets stuck and doesn’t seem to be doing anything, or you get a FAIL message (with red background) – Disconnect the phone from the PC, close ODIN, remove battery from phone, reinsert it, and repeat Steps 7-10

Once your phone has booted back up, you should see that it has already started flying. Try out a couple of graphics heavy games – Agent Dash should give you a pretty good indication of the before and after experience, and enjoy your snappier and speedier Galaxy Note 2.

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