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[youtube url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aionSzh8pQ&feature=youtu.be”] Tonight in NYC, we were able to take a look at the all new Samsung Galaxy S4. Looking very much like its predecessor, the Galaxy S3, the S4
Amazon Wireless is offering the Samsung Galaxy S3 for as low as one penny, starting today. We know it’s not the hot new phone being unveiled later tonight, but, on
Let’s face it, Android can be a bit fragmented at times. But who says we need to rely on carriers to push updates? Android is much more than a closed
Having eclipsed the 30 million mark in the first 150 days, we expected the Samsung Galaxy S III to continue to sell well over the next few months. Samsung today
U.S. Cellular is the latest carrier to announce plans for the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update on the Galaxy S III. The software update for the Samsung Galaxy S III
Here’s a quick note to let you prospective Sprint customers know that Amazon is holding a limited time sale on some of the top devices of the season. If
Verizon today announced that the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update will be available December 14. Those who own this particular device can manually download the update which also includes some
RadioShack began offering the Samsung Galaxy S III at discounted rates yesterday, November 18, which are pretty darn appealing if you ask us. For a limited time you can pick
Samsung had hoped to sell 30 million of its Galaxy S III smartphone this year, anticipating that it would be a top-selling product. Well, they’ve already done that and there’s
Samsung today confirmed that the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update will be coming to the Galaxy S III in October. Speaking today at the UK launch of the Everything Everywhere
Retail availability is delayed by two days, however pre-orders are said to be shipping now.
Things look to be moving quite quickly for Samsung’s flagship Android smartphone.