The User Manual for the all new Samsung Galaxy SIII is now online, check it out, link here.
Source – Samsung
According to Pocketnow, “for users concerned with too much change, there is no need to fear. Samsung has kept the user experience cohesive by sticking with a similar TouchWiz interface and application folder system. To update your international Galaxy Note (GT-N7000) follow the instructions on the XDA-Developers post here. For those that want a lot of customization check out the CyanogenMod 9 for the Galaxy Note that Brandon showed off a few days ago.”
Source – Pocketnow
Sure looks promising but given the slightly slower processor under the hood especially with what the new HTC One has, I’m pretty sure we will be seeing the next generation Galaxy Note soon.
Source – Samsung Mobile
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- HTC Desire S
- HTC Desire HD
- HTC EVO 3D
- HTC EVO Design 4G
- HTC Incredible S
- HTC Sensation
- HTC Sensation XL
- HTC Sensation 4G
- HTC Sensation XE
- HTC Raider
- HTC Rezound
- HTC Rhyme
- HTC Thunderbolt
- HTC Vivid
The Galaxy Note is officially launched last week in Hong Kong and the price tag for it is HK$5,590 (US$717) for no contract. Check out the video. More videos after the jump.
Too good to be true? guess we have to wait it out to find out.
Source – 9to5vids
If you haven’t seen the phone in action, check out the reviews above. My initial thoughts –
- HUGE screen
- LARGE phone
- new Sense interface still as sluggish as the old TouchFLO interface (not better with Windows Mobile 6.5)
Would I want to buy one? nah, not now. Check out this review from Engadget if you want to know more about the HTC HD2.
Street price: HK$5,680 (US$728) from www.JipJipMobile.com
Local Hong Kong street price for the following gadgets as requested from users.
Nokia N97 – HK$4,270 (US$548) from http://astglobalshop.com
Canon PowerShot S90 – HK$3,180 (US$408) from AV Life (tel: 25093398)
Canon PowerShot G11 – HK$3,930 (US$504) from www.vivaphoto.com
Now this reminds me how a Palm phone should have worked. Cheap, doable and……
Source – Mobility Today
[Updated: 2 September 2009]
Seems like the prices of the imported version went up the past couple weeks and the prices for the local version have dipped a bit.
HK$4,418 (US$567) from http://www.cheaphk.com
HK$4,680 (US$600) from AST Global (TEL:31053202 / FAX:81470155)
[9 August 2009]
HK$4,098 (US$525) from http://www.cheaphk.com
HK$4,740 (US$608) from Sonic (TEL:66909664)
[2 July 2009] Been getting a lot of queries regarding the street price of the Nokia N97 in Hong Kong. Here’s what I found out so far on the best deals for both the import and local versions.
HK$4,800 (US$615) from iMobile (Tel: 23818171, Fax: 23818172)
HK$5,230 (US$670) from www.beerbeered.com
Will update more along the way.
[Updated: 13 August 2009] The going rate for 16GB is HK$6,348 (US$814) whilst the 32GB is faring HK$7,358 (US$943) from http://www.cheaphk.com, TEL:3488-4804 FAX:3007-3425.
[7 June 2009] Prices dropped following 3HK’s announcement of the official launch on 10 July. Street price for imported 16GB version now HK$6,680 (US$856) and for the 32GB, HK$7,680 (US$985).
[30 June 2009] Wow, the prices jetted back up this week. Latest 16GB version going for HK$8,398 (US$1,076) and HK$9,668 (US$1,239) for 32GB (available from http://www.cheaphk.com, TEL:3488-4804 FAX:3007-3425)
[24 June 2009] Two days, what a difference it made. With the influx of imported iPhone 3GS, the prices dropped drastically today. The 16GB version of iPhone 3GS is faring HK$5,500 (US$705) whilst the 32GB at HK$6,800 (US872).
[23 June 2009] They’re here in Hong Kong, just 3 days after the offical launch in US, the iPhone 3GS 16GB import version finally made it here. Take a wide guess on the price tag……
HK$8,500 (US$1,090) for 16GB version….ouch.