We reported a week ago that those in South Korea can expect to see Jelly Bean arriving on October 9th. Well, that day is here my friend and Samsung has officially announced the update for the Galaxy S3 for the Korean market – specifically for the SHW-M440S model – on its website.
It looks like Samsung has found the perfect recipe for a blockbuster Android smartphone in the name and shape of the Galaxy S3. A recent tweet from T-Mobile acknowledges the Samsung Galaxy S3 as the best selling device to ever reach its physical and virtual shelves.
Looking to buy a new Motorola tablet or smartphone in Germany? Good luck with that. You can thank the Microsoft patent battles against Motorola for the lack of purchase options being offered. In order to comply with injunctions against it, Motorola made the decision to pull most of its current inventory.
When it comes to smartphone screen size, there seems to be a few different camps. Some of us belong to the “bigger is better” faction, others believe the sweetspot is somewhere between 4.1-inches and a 4.9-inches. Then there are those that want 4-inch and smaller designs.
Last week Android Authority caught wind of some new information from @evleaks that suggested T-Mobile was preparing to release the LG Optimus L9. Today we have official word that T-Mobile is bring the budget handset to its network this fall.
We all know that Samsung has scheduled a U.S. media event on the October 24 to announce the second coming of the Galaxy Note in the region. Moreover, the Android manufacturer has already confirmed that no less than five American carriers will launch the Galaxy Note 2 by mid-November, although we don’t have release dates for any of them.
Development never stops in the Android community and there’s always something new to tinker with. It’s time for T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S3 SGH-T999 users to try and enjoy Google Now–the fastest and easiest way to search for information on the Web; that is, with the use of your own voice. No need for some rush typing when you are driving or doing something else. Just say it and Google Now will find it for you in an instant. Credit goes to the ever-innovative members of XDA Developers who were able to make a way to install the Google Now app…
While we’ve known since may that 4G LTE was a possibility for the ASUS Padfone 2, as of Friday, it’s official. The device was just approved by the Global Certification Forum (GCF), and it is now known for certain that the ASUS Padfone 2 will be LTE-compatible.
If you have had your eye on a Samsung Galaxy S3 with Verizon Wireless but were holding back because the Pebble Blue and Marble White were not the colors that you were looking for you may be in luck. Well, in luck assuming you are going to be happy with the handset in black or brown. We suspect more users would prefer the former as opposed to the latter. But at the same time, it is nice to have the option. The details are official. At least to the point where they have been posted and are coming direct from…
What could Odin, a Norse mythology major god and the ruler of Asgard, have to do with Sony, the Japan-based multinational conglomerate known to us Android geeks for the Xperia line of smartphones? That’s the million dollar question we’re all asking ourselves after hearing that Sony’s 2013 flagship phone could be codenamed “Odin”.