Australia is finally getting the Galaxy Note!
After dragging tongues along the ground watching the rest of the World for what feels like forever, Australia’s major carriers Optus and Vodafone had already announced pricing and availability yesterday.
However now Telstra have come out on their Facebook page and have announced they will release in April, but still have a bit to confirm.
We’re guessing at least the $79 cap with maybe an additional $20 a month handset repayments.
Either way, we’re excited! Watch this space!
Well you can’t have it any better than straight from the source!
We’re still waiting to see how long this post lasts, however this could really be it!
Hence we just posted about the latest Beta released and had our doubts this was in fact Gold.
It very well could be.
Hit that Kies update button continuously and you could be lucky!
Let us know if you are!
So you may rightfully be wondering when Samsung are EVER going to release the final version of Android 4.03 (ICS), for the ever popular Galaxy S II smartphone.
However, the nice people over at SamMobile.com have just released a new Beta to everyone’s amazement.
Hence if you are not shy of a bit of Odin work and you like trying new things, then here you have it.
Surely this must be the final Gold version relabelled as a Beta?
Hit the download here or QR away, we are!
And a quick video of the software in action
Samsung have been busy in the Trademarks game today, registering three new games we suspect are variants of the Galaxy S III in the US.
Known as Galaxy Thunder, Galaxy Express, and Galaxy Accelerate, these names certainly could lend themselves very well to the forthcoming Quad Core flagship from Samsung.
To add to this, Samsung also trademarked “Galaxy Wallet”. We believe this to be a Samsung branded NFC system, which would be in direct competition with Google’s Wallet system.
We’ll just have to wait a bit longer to see.