Yesterday, we reported that there was a rumor circulating that Samsung had scrapped the 64GB version of the Galaxy S III. Today, however, Samsung is reporting that this is, in
EDIT: Samsung has responded, and told us they are, in fact, shipping the 64GB units. You can read the full story here. When the GSIII was announced a few months ago,
A few hours ago, T-Mobile USA confirmed on Twitter that they will be launching the Samsung Galaxy Note and told us that more information is on its way, but we
A few days ago, AT&T officially and exclusively started taking pre-orders for the beautiful Garnet Red Samsung Galaxy S III, but according to Pocket-Lint, Samsung is looking forward to launch
We are hearing it from a long time that T-Mobile will be launching the Samsung Galaxy Note and the latest news was that it will be launched on August 8.
Sprint users, it’s time to rejoice! I’d be dancing in the streets if I didn’t mind getting stared at / hit by cars / arrested for indecent exposure (wait, what?),
AT&T has already started taking pre-orders for their “exclusive” Garret Red GSIII, and now a “Korean Manufacturer” has hinted to Pocket-Lint that other color schemes are being considered. No word
Verizon Samsung Galaxy S III to come in “developer edition” for $599, comes with unlockable bootloader
Now that Verizon has admitted that their iteration of the Samsung Galaxy S III will come with a locked bootloader, there are a lot of users that are very upset…
Any Epic 4G Touch users on Sprint a little annoyed at how long it’s taken for ICS to come down? I’m raising my own hand here, folks. An anonymous
The carrier kicks off a number of Android-related deals on July 11.
The Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note are the first Samsung devices to see the enhanced experience.
Ice Cream Sandwich arrives for the phone/tablet hybrid device.
Retail availability is delayed by two days, however pre-orders are said to be shipping now.
T-Mobile’s next Samsung smartphone looks to be a mid-range QWERTY.
Remember a few weeks ago, when we reported that someone’s Galaxy S III had exploded internally and melted straight through the casing? Well, folks, it looks like Samsung had a