reported on the Wallee M modular case/mount system this week, I made an impassioned plea for more support, as the creators were running out of time to reach their Kickstarter goal. I'm glad to say that after a last-minute push, they've raise the $35,000 necessary and will begin shipping out Galaxy Nexus and iPhone 4S magnetized cases and mounts in July. Hooray for quality Android accessories!
N.O.V.A. 3. That's what makes the Xperia PLAY popular despite mid-range hardware, and why so much energy is expended on getting existing controllers to work with Android. MOGA isn't the first controller we've seen specifically for Android, but it does appear to be one of the best thought-out around, and it already works with games from Gameloft, Sega and others.
Google Play Store. Yes you'll be able to buy hardware docks and more all from the Play Store just like they recently started doing with the Galaxy Nexus. For now they only have accessories for one device, but we expect more to be coming soon.
Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. According to a couple of pre-release photos spotted by Tablet Community (no relation), it'll also get a slot for the S-Pen stylus built right into its slate body. The lack thereof was definitely noted when the device was revealed at MWC earlier this year, though it now appears that the hardware shown at the show was very early indeed.
Galaxy S III with a bevy of accessories. UK retailer MobileFun got a hold of the flip cover, stand and spare battery charger and the official S-Pen for the new model. They don't actually have the phone themselves and the accessories aren't up for sale yet - they'll probably have to wait for the May 30th release date for that. At least some of these should be coming to other markets including North America.
Samsung Galaxy S III is quickly approaching and we all can't wait for its arrival. While we wait today we've been greeted with a few official press photos of Samsung's upcoming accessories for the flagship smartphone. We got some hands-on during the SGSIII unveiling, but these are the official real deal accessories we can expect to arrive soon.
Samsung's Galaxy S III will need to wait a little longer. SlashGear reports that the wireless charging kit highlighted in Samsung's presentation last week won't be available until at least September. A United Kingdom online retailer confirmed that the charging kit wouldn't be available for the smartphone's in-country launch at the end of this month.
Galaxy S III superphone and figured you'd like to take a look. Along with all the accessories detailed earlier today we also have a short clip of the AllShare Cast feature after the break.