The Samsung Galaxy S4?s Red Aurora coloured variant in now exclusively available at AT&T. Last year, Garnet Red Galaxy S III was exclusively sold by AT&T, as well. Samsung is well-known for making its flagship devices available in a variety of colours. Show More Summary
You may recall that a Chinese startup dubbed Smartisan promised to offer its first custom Android ROM on June 15th. Well, the time has come and the company stuck to its word, but there's a catch: the software is currently still in pre-alpha status, so it's neither stable nor speedy -- definitely not recommended for daily use just yet. Show More Summary
Samsung Galaxy Note III(SM-N900) Photo example leaked by Picasa user which hints at possible 13Mpx camera. According to the Exif file information resolution of the image was 23229148 pixels which is produced by 13Mpx camera in 16:9 mode...Show More Summary
Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note III sample confirms 13MP camera http://www.gsmarena.com/leaked_samsung_galaxy_note_iii_sample_confirms_13mp_camera-news-6217.php https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/view?q&uname=109504222725224897775&psc=G&filter=1&hl=ja&camera=SM-N900#5889215221071034146 [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
The best of last year is finally making its way to Virgin Mobile. You can now grab a Samsung Galaxy S III from the carrier, without having to worry about signing a two-year contract. The Galaxy S III is available now online and in stores for $400. It’s available with Virgin Mobile’s Beyond Talk plans, The post Virgin Mobile Gets Galaxy S III appeared first on Chip Chick.
Galaxy Mega 6.3 masquerades as Note III in spy photo http://www.gsmarena.com/galaxy_mega_63_masquerades_as_note_iii_in_spy_photo-news-6199.php [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Today website GforGames received a tip. Inside the tip there was a photo of probably a prototype of the Galaxy Note III. GforGames isn’t sure if this is a prototype of the Galaxy Note III. One thing is sure this device looks to be bigger...Show More Summary
Samsung is currently working on the third version of the phablet that started it all, and a new report suggests production of the next-generation Galaxy Note III has already begun. Technology blog TechTastic has published a portion of...Show More Summary
Earlier today we already reported that Samsung has started testing the third-generation Galaxy Note and we can now show you the likely design of the phablet. The device on the photo is probably a prototype, although we don’t expect that the final design will look very different. Show More Summary
We just got our hands on a prototype of the Galaxy Note III. As you will notice below the screen is pretty big. We do not think the device below is the Galaxy Mega 6.3 because of the corners, high resolution display and bezel. We also noticed that the resolution is full HD. Show More Summary
Last week we already spotted the Galaxy Note III and today we can confirm that device has been shipped in very low quantities for R&D purposes, we expect the device to pop-up at the Bluetooth Special Interest Group in the coming weeks,...Show More Summary
Today, TechTastic posted an internal image that confirms that Note III has been shipped in very low quantities for R&D purposes, we expect the device to pop-up at the Bluetooth SIG in the coming weeks, although there won’t be an announcement...Show More Summary
Boost Mobile today announced that it will offer the Samsung Galaxy S III with LTE on board beginning June 12. The GSIII costs $399.99 but does not require a contract. It can be paired with Boost's $55 monthly plan with shrinking payments.
Boost Mobile Pairs the Speed of 4G LTE and Shrinking Payments with Award-Winning Samsung Galaxy S III; Available June 12 IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Boost Mobile, a leader in the no-contract wireless industry and ranked "Highest in Purchase Experience among Non-Contract Wireless Providers" by J.D. Show More Summary
The smartphone revolution has reached Joe Cecconi, which may mean it isn’t a revolution anymore. The retiree from Fairfax County got his Samsung Galaxy S III six months ago, finally giving up on his old flip phone. He hardly ever uses the apps, but he said he found the smartphone very useful for “the Web, texting and making calls.” Read full article >>
Brian X. Chen, writing for the NYT Bits blog: “We believe Samsung on the strength of strong Galaxy S4, S III, and Note II sales surpassed Apple to gain top share of the U.S. smartphone market for the first time since the iPhone 5 launch,” said...Show More Summary
Smartphone fans are in for a busy fall season this year. On top of Apple’s iPhone 5S, Samsung’s Galaxy Note III and the intriguing Moto X, it appears as though BlackBerry also has a new flagship smartphone in store. CNET reports that the BlackBerry A10 will be BlackBerry’s followup to the Z10. Show More Summary
Information made by Samsung new mobile processor "Exynos 5420" was added in May 23 date to the page of kernel git. use it can be read is as follows Exynos 5420 Development Kit name: SMDK5420 Details are unknown, Samsung has been rumored also developing a version equipped with a Mali-T GPU of 5 Octa Exynos, it might be appropriate to it. Show More Summary
Since it arrived last year, the Galaxy S III has been the world's best-selling smartphone that wasn't born in Cupertino. An impressive feat, but one that—along with Samsung's Megatron-sized hype-machine—has made for sky-high expectations for the sequel. Read more...
We have been hearing a lot of about the next generation Galaxy Note, but the phablet has now also been confirmed by the official Samsung website. On the website of Samsung Kazakhstan we discovered a page that talks about a special VIP-service,...Show More Summary