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Samsungs Galaxy Note 10.1 & Galaxy Tab 2 Jelly Bean Updates begin to roll.

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Samsung is Releasing the Android Jelly Bean Upgrades for Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2 in both 7″ & 10″ variants.
Samsung made a statement on the issue & along with explaining in detail what the Note 10.1 will be getting stated the following about what users can expect in these updates which is below.

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Both the Wi-Fi versions of Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1 and 7.0) will benefit from the core improvements of Android 4.1 which features a more intuitive user interface, faster performance and response times across applications, and an overall smoother user experience. This is also complemented by an enhanced user interface optimized for the 10.1-inch screen.

Have you received the update yet, what do think of it?
You know what to do, hit the comment section below 😉

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Samsung to release Another size in the Galaxy Note Series

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The Galaxy Note series of devices seems to be adding another size to the mix. It seems the Galaxy Note 8 will be released at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. It will come packed with all the S-Pen features you’ve come to know & love as well it will be running the latest & greatest version of Android, 4.2 Jelly Bean. Specs of the newest Galaxy Note are laid out below.

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GALAXY NOTE 8 SPECS :

Android: version 4.2 Jelly Bean
Official name: GALAXY Note 8.0 (3G, Wi-Fi)
Product codes: GT-N5100, GT-N5110
Battery: 4600 mAh
Dimension: 211.3×136.3×7.95 mm , 330 gram.
Display: 8.0”1280×800 TFT (Super Clear LCD)
GSM networks: EDGE (850/900/1800/1900) HSPA+21.1Mbps, HSUPA 5.76Mbps (850/900/1900/2100)
Camera 5 Megapixel (BACK)
Camera 1.3 megapixel (FRONT)
RAM + Storage: 2GB (RAM) + 16/32GB (optional) + microSD (up to 32GB)
Connections: BT 4.0, USB 2.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, A-GPS

8″ seems to be a perfect fit into the Note lineup as 7″ would have been too close to the Note 2’s 5.5″ display.

The Note series is an amazing series of devices with the capabilities to do much more than the average device. In fact I run this entire website off of my Galaxy Note 2, from writing & editing articles to posting them, answering comments/questions & even creating some of the photos you see (learning that just the past couple days) , it does it all. Once you go Note you’ll never go back.

So are you in the market for a tablet? If your creative or want to use your tablet for work then you should really take a look at a Galaxy Note.
If you have any questions about the Note series hit me up in the comment section below & I’ll be happy to answer them.

ANDROID IS THE FUTURE

Jelly Bean hits Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 here in North America

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Samsung is pushing out the 4.1 Jelly Bean update to its Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet in North America finally after it launched running only 4.0 ICS.
Head into your settings menu & look under the About Device section & start hitting that check for updates icon now.
Jelly Bean brings project butter for lag free use as well as Google Now for some voice activated searches & more.

Once you update & try it out let us know what you think, was it worth the wait? What do you like best about the update & are you happy with the device? Let us know in the comment section below.

ANDROID IS THE FUTURE

Archos Gamepad to hit North America in February

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The Archos Gamepad will be making its way to North America in February according to Archos & will sport a price tag of only $160.

Let’s look at the hardware to see what that $160 gets you exactly.
This device adds hardware controls, including traditional gaming buttons and joysticks, to a 7-inch Android tablet. In terms of specs, the GamePad offer 1024 x 600 IPS resolution, which is powered by a 1.6 GHz dual-core processor and 1 GB RAM & a Mali 400 GPU. Archos has recently added Android 4.1 aka Jelly Bean to offer lag-free game time.
While the hardware isn’t terrible its been reported that the tablet feels a little cheap & reminiscent of an early mobile gaming system as opposed to the sleek stylish designs we’re use to with the tablets we’ve become use to in today’s market.
If physical controls are what your looking for & your on a budget then this could be the gaming device for you. However if you have the cash to invest in a mobile gaming system with a little higher price tag you may want to wait for Tegra to release its Tegra Shield system. The shield runs off Tegra’s New quad core Tegra 4 chipset, has beats audio a much higher res display & can play games from Tegra zone as well as Playstions Mobile store & the Google Play Store.
Well which mobile game system will you be choosing, or are you good playing games on your phone or tablet with virtual touch controls?

ANDROID IS THE FUTURE

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