Samsung looks set to make sure that their flagship phablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, will soon be on the receiving end of a spanking new firmware update. In this upcoming update, it intends to help the device improve its overall performance as well as add a dash of stability to the entire mix. In fact, there are Samsung Galaxy Note 4 owners in Germany as well as Greece who happen to have reported that their respective smartphones has received the prompt to install the most recent Galaxy Note 4 firmware alongside build number N910FXXU1ANK4, with the entire shebang weighing in at 137MB.
Netflix might be doing extremely well for itself, having announced that this video streaming service is set to launch in both New Zealand and Australia later next March, but this does not mean that they are alone in such an industry. no sir, as Amazon could very well make a foray into this market, where it is touted that Amazon will roll out a free streaming video service. Of course, since there is no such thing as the proverbial “free lunch” in this world, such a streaming video service from Amazon would be supported by ads.