There's no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S III is one of the most sought after Android smartphones today. However, the high demand for this handset means that not every who wants it might be able to get their hands on one during the release.
Circulating reports indicate that the Galaxy S III for T-Mobile and Sprint will not be available in all locations on June 21st.
Recent rumors indicate that Samsung is planning to launch the Galaxy Note II that will even be more impressive than the original. The initial information hints on an already mind-blowing device but new leaks indicate that the Android smartphone will feature a flexible display.
Here's some good news for Verizon Wireless subscribers. An important system update for one of the carrier's most popular Android smartphone is set to arrive soon.
According to reports, Verizon Wireless has started to send this text message to DROID Razr and DROID Razr Maxx owners:
Free Verizon Message: Your phone will soon be upgraded to Android 4.0. At that time we will remove your Verizon Wireless Mobile IM app because it is not supported in Android 4.0. Please download a new instant messaging app to use IM on your phone. Thank you for using Mobile IM!
A new Samsung cell phone that may be added to the list of upcoming smartphones for the T-Mobile network has surfaced. It appears that the carrier's subscribers can expect to see a QWERTY slider smartphone sometime this year.
Here's some good news for Android fans. The plot to prevent the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III from coming to US consumers has been foiled!
Apple had recently requested an emergency court order to block the US entry of the Galaxy S III based on patent complaints. However, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh ruled in favor of Samsung and denied Apple's request.
Sprint recently launched the HTC EVO 4G LTE as one of the top phones for its Android line-up. However, the arrival of this handset puts in competition with another powerful Android smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus offers some of the main features of the newest EVO such as Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and support for the upcoming Sprint 4G LTE line-up. Consumers who are looking for a premium Sprint handset might find themselves examining these smartphones so here's a comparison that might help them to decide and pick the one that fits their needs.
The Galaxy Note is a very popular smartphone that has recently reached the 7 million units sold milestone. This success has apparently inspired Samsung to create a second-generation device to keep consumers happy.
According to the folks at UbuntuLife, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will hit the stores this October. This exciting handset will also feature some improvements including a slightly larger screen and a more powerful processor.