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Confirmed: Samsung Galaxy Note headed to Optus, Virgin in mid-March

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Our tipster has sent us through confirmation of the Galaxy Note on Optus in the form of the Allphone catalogue. The device is indeed launching in mid-March on Optus' $79 cap. Virgin will also...

Rumour: Optus and Virgin have a Galaxy Note release date of mid-March, free on...

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Confirmed: We have confirmation that Optus and Virgin Mobile will be launching the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Release date is mid-March. We've received a tip off that Optus and Virgin Mobile are planning to release the...

Samsung have sold over 2 million Galaxy Notes, wants to sell another 8 million...

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If you thought that the Galaxy Note wasn't going to be a success for Samsung, you'd be dead wrong. Forbes has reported that Samsung have sold over 2 million of the devices since it...

Samsung Galaxy S II 4G, Galaxy Note now appearing in Telstra’s internal system

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We've received the above photo of Telstra's internal computer system (Siebel) which is now listing the Samsung Galaxy S II 4G and Samsung Galaxy Note -- our source says they've been there now for...

Vodafone officially announces they’ll be taking on the Samsung Galaxy Note

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We were hearing news back in late January that was saying Vodafone will be selling the Samsung Galaxy Note in the near future, and it turns out it was right! Vodafone just announced via...

Dummy models of the Galaxy Note, Galaxy S II 4G and Galaxy Tab 8.9...

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We were hearing the rumours of the Galaxy S II 4G and Galaxy Note going to Telstra from various sources, but now a solid source has today confirmed that dummy models of the Samsung...

A ‘Berry Pink’ Samsung Galaxy Note expected to come to market in early March

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With the expected launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note in Australia around the corner, Samsung are prepping another colour variant that might just see a launch here also: 'Berry Pink'. Obviously Samsung wants to...

Samsung’s Super Bowl ad brings together three things I love: Android, The Darkness and...

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While the Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in America -- pfft, give me the AFL Grand Final any day -- the ads are also a massive spectacle. Samsung's ad was the...

Rumour: Telstra to launch Galaxy S II 4G and Galaxy Note in the near...

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We've recently heard from a source who is in-the-know for Telstra news that Australia's biggest carrier is planning to launch the Galaxy S II 4G and Galaxy Note -- both from Samsung, of course...

Vodafone might be picking up the Samsung Galaxy Note

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Take this all with a massive grain of salt, but we're hearing that Vodafone might be the carrier of choice for the Samsung Galaxy Note. We've been told (with some proof included, but we'll...

Kogan now selling the Motorola RAZR and Samsung Galaxy Note for $619 and $649...

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If you're a regular shopper over at Kogan and you're also a lover of Android (if you're not, why are you here?) you'll be happy to know they've added the Motorola RAZR and Samsung...

Samsung Galaxy Note — Review

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I've been using the Samsung Galaxy Note as my primary device for 2 weeks now. It was clear that Samsung didn't quite know how to market this device or even who their demographic was,...

Samsung Galaxy Note – First Impressions

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So I managed to get my hands on the Samsung Galaxy Note or as some are calling it The Phablet. I've only had the phablet for a day now and I can safely say, that...

Samsung Galaxy Note now shipping from MobiCity, 5.3-inches of fun for $899 a pop

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If you've been waiting out for the Samsung Galaxy Note, MobiCity are touting themselves as being one of the first retailers in the world to offer it. The 5.3-inch phoneblet (phone / tablet) from...

Samsung Galaxy Note coming to Australia early in 2012

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Do you remember the 5.3-inch Galaxy Note that was announced by Samsung at IFA? Well that bad boy is expected to hit Australian shores in the early part of 2012 according to the exclusive...

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