How big can Samsung’s Galaxy Note go? Apparently not as huge as we originally expected. Last December, Korea Times reported that the Galaxy Note III would have a 6.3-inch display, citing “officials from local parts suppliers.” Now, the...Show More Summary
It seems it's pretty much safe to assume that if someone has your phone in their possession they'll be able to get through the lockscreen: now, the Samsung Galaxy S III has a security bug too. You can gain full access to a locked Galaxy S III with a series of simple button presses. More »
Long-time Mac guy Andy Ihnatko recently replaced his iPhone with a Samsung Galaxy S III running Android. Interesting.
The iPhone and Galaxy Note II both contain vulnerabilities that allow unauthorized users to bypass the device’s lock screen. Recent reports suggest that the Galaxy S III running Android 4.1.2 can also be added to the list of vulnerable smartphones. Show More Summary
Galaxy S III users may get S IV features when the next handset debuts.
The iPhone isn't the only mobile device that can have its lock screen bypassed with some key button presses and good timing: the lock screen on Samsung's Galaxy S III can be bypassed as well. As discovered by Sean McMillan and posted...Show More Summary
The exploit gives attackers access to everything on the phone.
Lock screens are around for a reason: to keep people from getting where they shouldn't. They aren't always infallible, though, and a few weeks ago, we saw a vulnerability in several builds of iOS 6 that granted access to the phone module without a passcode. Show More Summary
Samsung (005930) isn’t afraid to take chances with its Galaxy Note line of smartphones. The company previously introduced 5.2-inch and 5.5-inch models, and may go even bigger with the upcoming Galaxy Note III. According to a report from...Show More Summary
Have you ever stared at your Samsung Galaxy S III, Nexus smartphone or any other Google Android device and wondered why the company would give away such an advanced mobile platform at no cost to manufacturers. The truth is everything has a cost and Google’s payments are directly related to the advertising revenue Google Android [...]Show More Summary
The frenzy over the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S IV increases by the day. The smartphone will replace the wildly successful Galaxy S III, which has been called the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone killer. If the Galaxy S IV isShow More Summary
Samsung made a big deal out of its new "Smart" UI tweaks when it launched the Galaxy S III, so the suggestion that it might have its digital tool box out for the next iteration wouldn't surprise us at all. The Smart scroll mooted by the New York Times would appear to be corroborated in the above leaked images. Show More Summary
On March 14, Samsung will release the fourth incarnation of its popular smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S IV. Whereas Samsung had released the Samsung Galaxy S III in London last March, this time the company will unveil the phone in New York City's Times Square. The company has released a teaser, in the form of a YouTube video posted on March 4. Show More Summary
"After the incredible success of the Samsung Galaxy S III (S3) Android Smartphone, which sold over 40 million units worldwide, Samsung returns with its new flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S IV (S4)." We can rest assured that with the company's...Show More Summary
My friend, the technology journalist Andy Ihnatko, traded in his iPhone 4s for a Samsung Galaxy S III. Here's the first of his "three-part epic" for TechHive in which he explains why he did it. I find that typing on an Android device is faster and much less annoying than typing on my iPhone. It's [...]
Samsung is committed to expanding opportunities function Smart Stay, which was first demonstrated in the smartphone Galaxy S III. His successor, presumably having the name Galaxy S IV it will also be present, but with enhanced functionality. Show More Summary
As ubiquitous as Samsung's Galaxy S II is, we imagined that its influence would wane in the face of the S III and whatever we see in a week's time. The Korean behemoth has other ideas, once again refreshing the former flagship to ensure it'll remain on store shelves as an increasingly lower-end option. Show More Summary
Ever since T-Mobile promised to introduce a Galaxy S III that supports LTE over Band 4 (1700MHz AWS), we've been scouring FCC docs for signs of its rumored March 27th arrival. Well folks, that day's now come, as Samsung SGH-T999L has just cleared the regulatory body, complete with readiness for LTE Band 4. Show More Summary
While Samsung's Galaxy S III kept an eye on you to keep its screen from dimming, the company's next smartphone will look at you even more closely.
We of SamMobile did some research and found out that Samsung is almost done with the Android 4.1.2 update for the Galaxy S III. The Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy S III brought a ton of new features, most of the features are brought from the Galaxy Note II. Show More Summary