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:
Samsung has revealed the T-Mobile smartphones that will receive the in-demand Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update. The manufacturer has previously announced the list but it did not include the smartphones offered by the carrier.
Would you still purchase the Galaxy S III for Verizon if it loses the quad-core processor? Well, you might start thinking about it now if the handset featured in a benchmark turns out to be Big Red's version of the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Here's another leaked Android smartphone for Sprint. After leaking the LG G (LS970), the folks at BriefMobile posted the details on another phone that is suspected to be heading for the Now Network.
The phone portrayed in the image is believed to be the Samsung SPH-L300 LTE, a Sprint-bound phone that has previously surfaced via a user agent profile.
AT&T prides itself as the one of the main supporters of the WIndows Phone OS and proves it by unveiling the Samsung Focus 2 with LTE 4G. This handset will be available on May 20 with an affordable price of $49.99.
The next Galaxy S has been announced! Unsurprisingly, the flagship phone will be called the Samsung Galaxy S III in keeping with the traditional brand names of its predecessors.
The rumors on the Android smartphone was generally accurate as the official announcement reveals that it will offer a 1.4GHz quad-core processor with 1GB of RAM, a 4.7-inch HD display, 4G LTE, and an 8-megapixel camera. The Galaxy S III will ship with the Android 4.0 ICS OS combined with a new version of the Samsung TouchWiz UI.
More Galaxy S III leaks have surfaced as we inch closer to the May 3 introduction event. This time it appears that Samsung intends to launch the anticipated smartphone in two color versions. The screen protector and the boot screen of the next Galaxy S were also leaked giving us interesting bits of information.
A few list of phones that will receive an update to the coveted Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS have been announced in recent weeks. This time the list for T-Mobile smartphones has been revealed courtesy of the folks at TMoNews.
This list was derived from a 2012 enterprise calendar, which details possible launch dates for the carrier's Ice Cream Sandwich upgrades.
Here are the phones included on the list: