Mobile Phones: Samsung Galaxy Note
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News & Reviews: Samsung Galaxy Note
Mar 01, 2022
For the longest time, fans were wondering about the Galaxy Note series' fate. Well, looks like we got our answer already from Samsung Electronics at the Mobile World Congress 2022 (MWC).
Nov 26, 2021
Throughout 2021, one thing that was hotly debated was the continuation of the Samsung Galaxy Note series. Rumours were claiming that it won't be coming back and others say otherwise. But it's starting to look like the latter case is the likely outcome.
Aug 02, 2021
From time to time, we would often see online petitions on a topic which people are passionate about. Just over the weekend, Samsung Galaxy Note fans have flooded to a new online petition demanding the flagship phone to appear in the first half of 2022 instead.
Jun 29, 2021
During the MWC 2021, not only announcing the One UI Watch and five years of updates for some devices, but Samsung has also stated that more upcoming smartphones will get S Pen support. It is not that surprising as the firm has already done it with the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Mar 17, 2021
It seems that there was a report by daily.co.kr which hints that Samsung might not be releasing a Galaxy Note series smartphone this year. Instead, there were hints that the series will be unveiled in the year 2022 due to shortages in chips which not only affected Samsung but also other industries as well.
Jan 21, 2021
When Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, we learn that only the Galaxy S21 Ultra can support an S Pen stylus. But what does this mean for the Galaxy Note series? Although Samsung did confirm that the Galaxy Note 21 series is in development, they seem quite dodgy about it and Twitter leakster, @UniverseIce is claiming that it's the end of the flagship.
Nov 16, 2020
Looks like there are a bunch of tweets from @MaxWineBach and @UniverseIce seems to hint that Samsung will not be releasing a new Samsung Galaxy Note series smartphone. Instead, there will be 3 upcoming smartphones which are most likely the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy S21 Ultra, and the S21+ that will come with SPen support.
Nov 16, 2017
It isn’t often that we see stylus capable smartphones asides from the standard Samsung Galaxy Note series, but the Infinix Note 4 Pro is a fairly unique big metal phablet that comes with a stylus case that you can add-on. Going for RM999 with the X-Pen Stylus case for free, does it offer enough to satisfy Malaysia’s smartphone stylus users? Is it a worthy alternative to a Galaxy Note smartphone? Read on to find out in our review of the Infinix Note 4 Pro.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 now comes in four colours and trade-in your old Note for up to RM1150 discountOct 05, 2015
Samsung Malaysia recently revealed that their latest Samsung Galaxy Note 5 phablet is now available in four colours including black sapphire and silver titanium. In addition to this, they also revealed that the S-Pen powered phablet will also be available for trade-in at various roadshows. While the first roadshow already finished at Putrajaya, the next slew of roadshows are expected to start from 15 October 2015 to 1 November 2015. Also in addition, Samsung Malaysia and Ingram Micro are also offering trade-in discounts both for your older Samsung Galaxy Note phablets along with other smartphones, with the actual price to be evaluated by Ingram Micro staff on site. Priced at RM2699, the trade-in discounts can go up to as high as RM1150 but for a full list of all the roadshows and trade-in pricing go check it out in this article. In the meantime, you can see exactly what we thought about the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in our full review.
Sep 29, 2015
It has only been recently that the Samsung Galaxy Note phablets have started looking better than just oversized slate smartphones with built-in styluses, but even the previous Galaxy Note 4 wasn't the most fashionable phablet around. The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 on the other hand, features a metal and glass design that is both striking and premium looking, quite easily making it the best looking Note phablet yet. Does this affect the performance in any way? We find out in our review of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.