Author: Craig Lloyd
Samsung is keeping up with the curve on its Jelly Bean updating cycle, Motorola is still stuck on Ice Cream Sandwich. Over the weekend, the company updated its plans on its Ice Cream Sandwich release schedule. They've officially set new timelines for devices like the Droid Bionic and the Xyboard.
Samsung has finally gotten in the groove of releasing Jelly Bean to its latest devices, including the Galaxy Nexus on Verizon and the Galaxy S III just today. Samsung also detailed more devices for which it will bring Jelly Bean to, but it doesn't look good overall. In total, there are 15 devices that Samsung plans to equip Jelly Bean with at some point.
Jelly Bean has begun to roll out to Samsung's flagship phone, the Galaxy S III. We've heard that Jelly Bean would be coming to the S III in October, so it looks like it's getting an early head-start with users in Europe. Hopefully the US will be getting the update sooner than expected as well.
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Motorola seems like they have a viable solution to that problem, though, with their new S11-FLEX HD wireless headphones.
Samsung unveiled a pink-colored Galaxy S III. An intimidating phone never looked so weak.
Samsung's flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, has been a huge hit. It's sold more than 20 million units so far and it's only expected to grow with the holiday season coming up. Now it looks like Samsung will be selling the developer edition of the Verizon version to anyone who wants to pony up full price for it.