It appears that LG will not allow Samsung's Galaxy S III to dominate the US Android market. The manufacturer seems to be intent on releasing its own impressive Android smartphone via Verizon Wireless.
It appears that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will arrive earlier than expected. Previous rumors suggest that this exciting smartphone will be launched in October but a new leak hints of a September release.
The latest version of the Android operating system has been announced at the at Google I/O event!
The Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS is expected to take the platform up another level with some killer new features that may pull it ahead of iOS and Windows Phone.
Here's a possible release date for Verizon Wireless subscribers who are waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S III.
HHGreg, an online electronics and appliances supplier, has posted a release date for the anticipated smartphone in its dedicated Galaxy S III page. The website declares that the phone will be "available July 12th!"
The Galaxy S III has already invaded the US market via a number of carriers. If you have not yet purchased this device or is currently planning to get one, then these unboxing videos should be relevant to your interests.
Here are some clips of the different US versions of the Samsung Galaxy S III being unboxed. These videos should keep one longing to unbox your own smartphone.
The Galaxy S III has already landed at Verizon Wireless but it appears that more high-end Samsung smartphones are headed for the carrier's line-up. For example, the Samsung SCH-i200 Jasper has appeared on the horizon with promise of some exciting features for Verizon subscribers.
I'm sure that some Android fans were excited when the HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE for Verizon Wireless was officially announced last month. But it's also likely that most of them are annoyed that the Android smartphone is still not available when other versions of the device have already landed.
Recent news indicate that we might have to wait until next month to see this phone in store shelves and online.