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Here’s the Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Here it is: The new phone that was so exciting the company went ahead and skipped a full number upgrade (the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 lost to the annals of history alongside Ghostbusters III and Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash). But just like those sadly abandoned sequels, the creators had other plans for the series. Show More Summary

Deal: Get a Samsung Galaxy S III with 1 year of unlimited talk & text for just $149

3 years agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

If you’re looking for a cheap phone to add to your arsenal we’ve got a great deal for you. The Samsung Galaxy S III is available from Android Area for just $149.

Tests claim HTC One M9’s camera is worse than three-year-old iPhone 4S, Galaxy S III

The HTC One M9 is already looking like a disaster for HTC, which was seemingly caught off guard by all the major improvements that Samsung made with its Galaxy S6 line of smartphones. One of the biggest disappointments with the One M9...Show More Summary

Samsung strikes again…

Good grief, Samsung. Even your Jony Ive ripoff is poor. Related posts: Samsung lies. DOUBLES their sales figures for Galaxy Tab iPhone 5 more popular than Samsung Galaxy S III on the web Apple smacks Samsung in ad

Samsung Galaxy S6 Review: Not The Next Big Thing, Just a Fantastic Phone

3 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Remember the good old Samsung Galaxy S III? It was a fantastic little trooper, but we’ve come a long way since plastic phones were king. iPhones and Nexii and Motorolas and HTCs have been pushing the limits of style and substance, and now the Galaxy S6 is finally, finally catching up with them. It’s stylish, it’s solid. It’s the whole package. Read more...

New rumor claims Samsung’s Galaxy S6 will be completely redesigned ‘from scratch’

The Galaxy S5 has been one of the year’s biggest disappointments and Samsung clearly knows it has to shake some things up to recapture the magic it had with the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy S4. SamMobile reports that Samsung’s next flagship...Show More Summary

KitKat starts rolling out to AT&T Galaxy S III owners

Samsung is now starting to roll out the Android 4.4.2 KitKat software update to Galaxy S3 owners on AT&T's network. The update will be pushed out via an over the air (OTA) software update and users are advised that WiFi is required to download. Hit the break to see the full change log.

FreedomPop Adds Three LTE Samsung Phones to Lineup

FreedomPop today expanded its smartphone roster to include several high-end Samsung handsets. Beginning today, FreedomPop customers can choose from the Samsung Galaxy Victory, Galaxy S4, and Galaxy S III to access LTE service. FreedomPop,...Show More Summary

Samsung Is Shutting Down Its Spotify Competitor

Samsung will shut down Music Hub, its subscription streaming music product that's similar to Spotify, on July 1. Music Hub launched in 2012 around the same time as the Galaxy S III flagship phone. It was sort of a mix between Spotify and iTunes. Show More Summary

This new Samsung app lets you keep track of everything LeBron James without hiding in the bushes

Do you love LeBron James. I mean really love the basketball superstar. Like love enough to stalk his every move? Well if you’re the owner of a Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note 3, orGalaxy Note II, you’re in luck. Show More Summary

How Samsung Penetrated The Fashion Industry

Editor's note: This post was originally published by our partners at Fashionista. DJ/tech entrepreneur/fashion party fixture Hannah Bronfman loves her Samsung Galaxy Note III smartphone. Oh, and the Galaxy Gear watch, too. “I really like the idea of spyware. Show More Summary

Two years later, Samsung is still spamming out new Galaxy S III models

Samsung just released a new version of its Galaxy SIII in Brazil, and it is called the Galaxy S3 Slim. It’s not a fancy new phone like the recently announced Galaxy S5, but a cheaper alternative that is meant to appeal to those on a budget. Show More Summary

Sprint Eyes KitKat for Number of Samsung Phones

Sprint today said it will update a handful of its Samsung smartphones to Android 4.4 KitKat. The company is already pushing KitKat to the Galaxy S4 and Note 3, but will also deliver updates to the Galaxy Note II, GS4 mini, GS III, Galaxy Mega, and Galaxy Tab 3 7.0. Show More Summary

Samsung details KitKat update plans for US Galaxy phones and tabs

Some of Samsung's Galaxy devices are already getting Android 4.4.2, but today we found out exactly which ones in the US will get a taste of KitKat. The full list is a mouthful. The Galaxy S III, Galaxy S III mini, Galaxy S 4, Galaxy S 4 mini, Galaxy...

Did Samsung Try to Ban Apple Logos From the Olympics Opening Ceremony?

4 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Lucky Olympic athletes taking part in the Sochi Winter Olympics found a Samsung Galaxy Note III in their arrival goodie bags, so even if they don't take home a medal they've still got something of a fairly high value to sell on the internet when they get home. But did Samsung demand they avoid being seen using Apple hardware as part of the deal? Read more...

Samsung Galaxy S III Neo+ Dual SIM Android 4.3 Smartphone

Samsung has officially announced their latest dual SIM Android 4.3 smartphone ‘Galaxy S III Neo+’ in China. The handset sports a 4.8-inch 1280 x 720 AMOLED touchscreen display, a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, dual SIM card slots (3G+GSM), an 8MP rear-facing camera, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, a 2100mAh battery and runs on Android 4.3 OS. Pricing info […]

Study shows Galaxy S III is Samsung’s most popular phone

4 years agoTechnology : Gigaom

Samsung’s Galaxy S III accounts for more web traffic in North America than all three Galaxy Notes combined.

Samsung Nexus S beats Galaxy S III – at detecting GAMMA RAYS

Take a pic of radiation? There's an app for that Late last year, an app called GammaPix garnered some media attention as a kind of low-cost geiger counter. Now, a US test lab has confirmed that yes, smartphone cameras can detect radiation.…

Samsung promises a 'back to basics' rethink for the Galaxy S5

Samsung has admitted that the public didn't see much difference between the Galaxy S III and S4 smartphones and said the S5 would likely pack a substantially different design. Exec Lee Young Hee told Bloomberg that the new flagship will go "back to...

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