Flip covers first got popular with the launch of Galaxy Note 1 in 2011 and they have been growing in popularity ever since. Samsung wanted to enhance the functionality of flip covers and with S4, they introduced S-view functionality that allowed user to view and answer calls without opening the flip cover. With the Note 3, Samsung has made it bigger than ever and added a lot more functionality than before.
The official flip cover has NFC antenna which allows you to do NFC data transfer just like you do with its back cover. Talking about back cover, you take it off while putting this on since it replaces the back cover, keeping the overall profile thin.
Like the s-view cover for S4, you can answer or reject incoming calls. You can do certain things without opening the flip such as take a picture or control the music player. These are very useful as with the flip on, you can still use your phone with one hand to do important functions like playing / pause the music or take a picture.
The case also looks much more elegant thanks to real nylon stitching and since it is made by Samsung, it fits perfectly. The build and construction has improved multifold times compared to Note 2 and Note 1 cases. It is made from high quality synthetic leather materials and it feels amazingly well built and premium in hand.
I strongly recommend this to any Note 3 owner who is planning to keep his device new for a long time to come. You can find many other note 3 cases on mobilefun.co.uk.
Bell Canada has announced through its official twitter account that Samsung galaxy note 3 will be receiving the Android 4.4 Kitkat update on Monday, March 24. Users are suggested to check for the update manually on Monday and you should receive a notification on screen.
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CEO of Samsung Mobile, JK Shin has confirmed that the company will not be launching a premium version of Galaxy S5. Previous reports claimed that Samsung was working on a premium S5 called Galaxy F with 2K resolution and a metal body.
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Users of Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 3 in the UK can now download the Android 4.4.2 update today. The KitKat update will be available as an OTA so keep an eye on the notification panel. If you have not received the notification, you should check the settings to download the update manually.
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Sprint has revealed its plans for upgrading selected Samsung Android phones and tablets to the latest version of Android, v4.4 KitKat. The network providers says that these devices are planned to get updates:
Galaxy Note 2
Galaxy S4 Mini
Galaxy Tab 3 7.0
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Samsung is said to be having some trouble putting together the new Galaxy S5. According to the report, the main pain is getting the supplier for its finger print scanner. Last year, Sammy was planning to use fingerprint scanner on Note 3 too but was not getting satisfactory results from its suppliers.
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