A newly discovered flaw in ARM’s TrustZone could lead to unlocked bootloaders for more Android phones, but it’s also a worrying exploit.
Tests show that Samsung devices running Android 4.4 KitKat no longer run code to boost their benchmark scores.
Samsung’s “phablet” can now be had at Verizon with a new paint job and a lower price tag.
News of KitKat coming to more Galaxy Note 3 handsets is a good thing, unless you use a third-party case, that is. Asus showed off a pair of Nexus 7 docks while the Galaxy S5 home screen may have leaked, looking very different.
According to Samsung’s press site, a rose gold version of the Note 3 “phablet” is headed to Verizon.
KitKat is rolling out now to international Galaxy Note 3 handsets in Poland, so it’s only a matter of time before it makes it to your device.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 has shipped 10 million units in just 2 months. Check out which other phones have made it into Samsung’s “10 Million Seller Club.”
Samsung has applied for a patent that allows phone users to create a “comfort zone” based on the reach of your thumb. This could make it much easier to use phablets or other large smartphone like the Galaxy S 4.
Samsung is set to release the Galaxy Note 3 with a fresh gold trim, as well as a completely new “merlot red” color option.
If you bought a Galaxy Note 3, Samsung will give you $50 in credit to Google Play.