The Samsung Galaxy S III is one of the top smartphones for this year and Android users are hoping to get a subsidized version from their carriers. The Galaxy S III for AT&T (SGH-i747) and T-Mobile (SGH-T999) recently surfaced at the Bluetooth SIG so its only a matter of time before the variant for Sprint and Verizon Wireless make an appearance.
The majority of the rumors on the next Apple iPhone is related to its touch display. Previous rumors allege that the anticipated iOS smartphone will finally sport a larger display. Well, the appearance of a leaked part appear to support the validity of these claims.
The folks at MacRumors recently posted two images of an alleged front panel from an upcoming refreshed iPod touch. These pictures originate from an unnamed source and suggest a taller display panel that measures 4.1 inches diagonally.
Here's a nice bit of news for the owners of the HTC Rezound, Motorola DROID RAZR and Motorola DROID 4. A new leak suggests that Verizon Wireless is planning to enable the "global" capabilities of these phones.
The GT-i9300 is the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S III and you can get one by parting with $799.99 of your hard-earned cash. One can get the blue variant, which ships on May 29, or the white version, which is scheduled to arrive on June 1.
Here some good news for owners of Motorola Android smartphones. The manufacturer has posted a timeline of its Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich software upgrade plans for its numerous handsets across global markets.
The HTC EVO 4G LTE Android smartphone for Sprint was scheduled to land on May 18 for $199.99 with a two-year contract. However, the handset will be delayed due to some complications with patents owned by Apple. The U.S. Customs Department is preventing the EVO 4G LTE and AT&T's One X from entering the States since the matter is being reviewed by the International Trade commission.
Fortunately, some emails from BestBuy have provided a glimmer of hope for consumers who can't wait to get their hands on this exciting Android phone. The emails are reportedly informing BestBuy customers, who pre-ordered the HTC EVO 4G LTE, that the handset is set to start shipping on May 23.
LG introduced the Optimus LTE II after Samsung announced the Galaxy S III. The introduction was done in Korea and there was no indication that the Android smartphone will land in the US. However, LG has revealed that it has plans to bring the Optimus LTE II to consumers in the United States.
The representatives of the manufacturer indicated that summer is the estimated time for the arrival of the Android smartphone to other countries that have LTE networks, such as the U.S., Canada, Japan and parts of Europe.
The reports of a 4-inch screen for Apple’s next iPhone have been posted several times this year. And this week anoother reputable website has reported a similar rumor giving strength to the expectation that the new iPhone will indeed feature a larger display.
The folks at WSJ has published an article claiming that the sixth-generation Apple iPhone handset will offer a touch display that measures “at least 4 inches diagonally.” The article cited multiple anonymous sources that led to the exciting prediction.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is one of the most exciting smartphones to be announced this year and consumers are already waiting in anticipation for its arrival. To stoke your interest in this handset, an unboxing video for this device have been posted on YouTube.
The clip shows what one will find upon opening the box for this exciting phone. Without further ado, here's the Samsung Galaxy S III unboxing video: