Below you will find the official user guide for the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 2 GT-S7710 . Just click the icon to open it in a new window.
The following is a rather long unboxing video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, the successor to the original Note. With a larger display, faster processor and Android 4.1, what is it really like?
Samsung continue to hit the headlines having released 2 very special devices amongst others within the last 24 hours.
The most talked about has to be the much rumoured Note 2, the successor to the original Note, yet the second generation got bigger and better going from a 5.3” display to 5.55” and from a dual-core to quad core processor.
Also announced was Samsung’s answer to Nikon’s Coolpix S800c. A 16 megapixel compact camera powered by Android. A fantastic sounding product, the features and opportunities such a camera brings is quite incredible.
We have not yet had confirmation on availability or price for either of these product, but if you like these as much as we do, it is worth heading to our product pages to register your interest. We will then email you as soon as we have more information.
CLICK HERE to register your interest for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2
CLICK HERE to register your interest for the Samsung Galaxy Camera
We told you recently about a desktop cradle for the Samsung Galaxy range of devices that would hold it securely and keep it charged at the same time.
It has a microUSB connection at the bottom (with a USB connection at the other end) that can be used for charging the device or transferring data with a computer.
It is a universal cradle in the sense that it will work with the Galaxy Note, S2 and S3. It even accommodates devices with a case.
See the cradle unboxed and in use in the following video.
For more information on product shown please visit:
Black – http://www.clove.co.uk/konnet-icrado-pro-black-samsung-galaxy
Silver – http://www.clove.co.uk/konnet-icrado-pro-silver-samsung-galaxy
The first stock has arrived today.
Be it a Galaxy S II, S III or Note that you have, the Konnet dock has a microUSB connector that the device sits on, the other end to which is a USB connector can be connected to a USB port on a computer or mains charger.
There are rubber feet on the bottom of the dock to keep the cradle secure on a desktop and being that it is a dock that accommodates devices with a microUSB connector on the bottom, it might just be suitable for your next device.
CLICK HERE for the silver colour
CLICK HERE for the black colour
Both are just £19.99 including VAT.
When you have one of the best and most expensive smartphones, it is only right you have an accessory that matches in terms of quality.
The majority of cradles we see are plastic, but Konnet are some what of an exception when it comes to this. Their cradles are made out of metal.
We have demonstrated them here before.
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