The Galaxy S III has turned out to be a raging success for Samsung, selling 10 million units worldwide in mere weeks. It might just be another phone, but the Galaxy S III introduces a bigger challenge that will affect Android phone manufacturers, Google’s Android platform, and you and me as end users. When Google announced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean last week, it became clear that the game was changing right in front of us.
Samsung has begun rolling out Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) to its Galaxy S III smartphone in Europe -- which could mean it's the first non-Nexus Android phone to get the 4.1 update. Read Post
The Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone will soon receive the Google Android ‘Jelly Bean’ update in the United States. The Android 4.1 update was confirmed on Wednesday by Samsung, however the company noted that the update is ultimately... Read Post