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Galaxy Note II (N7100) Source Code Now Available

Samsung has been doing it with almost all their devices and the recently released Galaxy Note II (N7100) is no different. The source code of the second iteration of the Galaxy Note is now available on Samsung’s open source website which means modders can delve into the files that will enable them to create a better and improved custom ROM.

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Samsung, LG call off lawsuits in patent dispute

Samsung, LG call off lawsuits Samsung Display and LG Display have decided to settle their patent disputes through dialogue and not court proceedings, a new report out of Korea claims. Yonhap News reported today that Samsung and LG executives met at a hotel in Seoul to discuss their lawsuits. After leaving that meeting, Samsung Display CEO Kim Ki-nam told Yonhap …

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Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G arrives on MetroPCS with live TV

MetroPCS has expanded its Android smartphone lineup with the inclusion of Galaxy S Lightray 4G from Samsung. Available for $459 from today, the Galaxy S Lightray 4G is the first smartphone in United States to offer live television with Dyle mobile TV. As for phone’s core features, the phone is powered by Android 2.3 OS, 1GHz CPU, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED …

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 could offer more advanced camera

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 Will the successor to the Galaxy Note 2 beef up its camera? Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 could see some major enhancements to its onboard camera. Due out in the second half of 2013, the next Note may sport a 13-megapixel camera with an anti-shake feature designed to capture higher-quality pictures. Citing “industry insiders,” Korean site ETNews …

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Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3: A phablet to consider

Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 With a recommended retail price of S$798, the Galaxy Mega seems a tad expensive for a midrange handset, but its solid build and brilliant screen makes this a phablet you can consider getting. Meet the Galaxy Mega 6.3. Yoda once said: Size matters not. Based on the size of the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3, it’s pretty …

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