As the newest Galaxy S model begins its world tour, Samsung reminds us how popular its predecessor are.
Apparently dissatisfied with the consumer interest in the Galaxy S III (we kid, we kid), Samsung has announced a new model for Korean carriers. As a successor to 2011’s Galaxy R, the
The Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note are set to soon bolster the Android lineup for the nation’s fourth largest carrier.
The Pebble Blue model may be 2-3 weeks away, however the Marble White model is officially available in various countries around the world.
Samsung today announced the next in their line of DUOS handsets – the Galaxy Ace DUOS. Slotted for a June release date, the new device supports dual SIM cards, but
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With Android devices that start at a penny, Amazon has plenty to choose from for dads and grads.
The prepaid Android will be available at Walmart on June 5th followed with an expanded rollout in July.
For those that had their eye on the new Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet that Samsung announced a bit ago, here’s some news to bring some more appeal. When the device
Demand for the next Galaxy is already out of this world. (Get it?)
The picture gets clearer as Samsung adds the nation’s number four carrier on the ICS list.
The carrier looks to be readying a Buy One Get One for at least six Android smartphones.
Samsung Galaxy S III was launched a few days ago and we know that it will be coming to the States soon, and they are chances that Sprint will be
The new Galaxy S III may be cool and all, but I’m sure we all remember the enormous amount of time it took to introduce the Galaxy S II in