MetroPCS customers can soon get the Samsung Galaxy S III as the carrier has announced that it will offer the Samsung superphone on a prepaid plan.
MetroPCS customers will have to shell out $499 for the Galaxy S III but they’ll be able to take advantage of the inexpensive data plans the carrier is offering.
Paying for the price (plus tax) of the Galaxy S III since the carrier does not subsidize the phone means that the smartphone will not be tied to a contract.
Furthermore, MetroPCS offers a …
Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy S III mini, a compact version of the flagship smartphone Galaxy S III.
The Galaxy S III mini brings the high performance, intuitive ease-of-use and nature-inspired design of the Galaxy S III to an elegant, compact smartphone with a 4.0-inch screen. It can be an optimal choice for consumers who are looking for more practical smartphones.
“The Galaxy S III introduced a new concept of smartphone that has proven hugely popular around the world. We’re now …
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S III Mini on October 11, the company has revealed. The news was shared directly by JK Shin, Samsung Mobile Communications chief.
“We’ll be launching a 4-inch Galaxy S III on the 11th in Germany,” Shin revealed, according to this report.
“There’s a lot of demand for a 4-inch screen device in Europe. Some call it an entry-level device, but we call it ‘mini’,” the senior Samsung Electronics executive added.
Furthermore, various reports …
The iPhone 5 may have a technologically advanced screen for a smartphone but the Galaxy S III screen beats it.
That is, at least on paper, a recent analysis by IHS iSuppli reveals.
According to the research firm, the Galaxy S III display trumps the iPhone 5 display in terms of two key measures: display module thickness and color gamut.
In an analysis and comparison published recently by IHS iSuppli, the research firm says that the screen of the iPhone 5 is thicker and has less color gamut than …
The iPhone 5 has been benchmarked and it has also been dubbed the “fastest smartphone in the land” by the site that conducted the tests: PCMag.
In a report, PCMag compared the iPhone 5 with the Samsung Galaxy S III and the Google Motorola Droid RAZR M.
According to the site, the iPhone 5 with an Apple A6 processor beat the two Android phones and often doubled the performance of previous iPhone units.
The tests used by the site were the following browser benchmarks: Sunspider, Browsermark, …
Samsung is in the mood to make fun of Apple and its fans again.
The South Korean tech giant, which recently lost a massive case against the iPhone maker in California recently, has released a new TV ad that mock Apple and its fans and pits the Galaxy S III with the recently unveiled iPhone 5.
In the ad which is embedded below for your viewing pleasure or displeasure, Samsung again says that “The next big thing is already here.”
The ad shows people lining up in what appears to be Apple …
The Galaxy S III may get its official Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update from Samsung as the third quarter ends according to a new rumor.
This means that the Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy S III may roll out to the device by end of
A briefly-leaked benchmarks result for the Galaxy Note II shows the awaited phablet topping the performance of the Galaxy S III.
Leaked for a short time on the GLBenchmark site, the Galaxy Note II is shown to have powerful hardware capable of topping the performance of the current Samsung flagship
Samsung has publicized plans to include more NFC smarts to the Galaxy S3 with the launch of its programmable Tectile stickers.
Samsung’s new stickers allow NFC-enabled smartphones to program daily tasks by tapping against the Tectile sticker claiming it similar to Sony’s Smarttags. That is, a silent mode when going to bed or an “I’m on my way” text sent when leaving the office will automatically start to phones such as the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Nexus.
In addition, the company …
Samsung has confessed that keeping the Galaxy S III undisclosed ahead of its London launch last month was a struggle.
Samsung tells in its company blog post how it kept the product a spectacle, which involved moving three S III prototypes locked inside boxes from one facility to another. Samsung also added the personal delivery to network partners by its own employees rather than using intermediary companies.
“There were many prototypes and yes, it takes more time and effort to make more …