Samsung Galaxy Note 3: The Easiest Way You Can Unlock It

Samsung Galaxy Note 3: The Easiest Way You Can Unlock It

Another report in Android Central reconfirmed Galaxy Note 5 sales in Europe will commence in early 2016.

Following the release of the handset with the company's Galaxy S6 Edge+ in the USA, it's about time for European Galaxy fans to experience the company's latest flagships as well.

USA carrier Verizon is indeed bringing Wi-Fi calling to Apple's iOS mobile operating system, albeit a little later than we might have hoped.

Some new information has leaked regarding the Samsung Galaxy S7. "Galaxy A3 will sport 4.7" 1280x720 AMOLED display, while Galaxy A5 boasts 5.2" 1920x1080 AMOLED, and Galaxy A7 will feature a 5.5" 1920x1080 AMOLED.

Amazon, which offered the best deals during the aforementioned season, has the nifty mid-range Samsung Galaxy J7 (J700M), 16GB internal storage, factory unlocked, white color variant, available for only $253.49, ultimately saving you $46.50 from the original price, which was $299.99 - 12% off. You can then put this into your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and then restart your handset. The rear camera is 16 MP while the front has 5 MP. Galaxy Note users in the United Kingdom will be happy to know that the Galaxy Note 5 is going to be updated to the most recent Android OS version, right before the launch.

The Wi-Fi calling feature will require a software update for compatible phones - so if you have a Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge, keep an eye out for that next week (it's going to be rolled out "in phases", Verizon says).

Details such as pricing and exact launch dates remain unclear for now. Samsung released two new phones for sale today: the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge. But the tech company has confirmed that the latest additions to Galaxy A series is coming to China first before heading to the worldwide market.

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