Not too long ago, Samsung made a decision that the international version of the Samsung Galaxy SIII (I9300) – one of its most popular phones ever – is not going to get an official TouchWiz Android 4.4 KitKat update. Cue the
The Samsung Galaxy S III is far from the newest device in the US Cellular lineup. But despite having a pair of successors (Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5) enter the lineup, it seems US Cellular is giving the Galaxy S III some attention.
FreedomPop has announced its official switch to the Sprint LTE network. Perhaps key for users though -- this means support for some new devices. FreedomPop will be offering support for several LTE handsets from Samsung. The
Samsung has confirmed the international versions of the Galaxy S III will not be updated to Kit Kat. In this case Samsung is talking about the 3G versions of the Galaxy S III and Galaxy S III mini and the reason comes back to
Much is made of Samsung’s various device offerings. New data suggests that, while diverse, Samsung’s market share is still tied up in an older smartphone. Further hammering home the point that they may not need so many
The lack of add-on camera lenses for Android devices can be frustrating. Our iOS counterparts seem to enjoy a nearly endless litany of aftermarket products, while Android users are left to the stock offering, and not much else.
Following some of the other carrier branded Galaxy S III updates, Verizon Wireless has become the latest to begin rolling out Android 4.3. With that in mind, those carrying a Verizon Galaxy S III should be on the lookout for the
The Galaxy S III is far from the newest device on the market, but at the same time, it isn't one that Samsung and the carriers are done with just yet. In fact, T-Mobile has just begun rolling out an update. The update is heading
In a rather low-key announcement, Verizon Wireless has announced the immediate availability of a pair of 'mini' Samsung devices. The handsets include the Galaxy S4 mini and Galaxy S III mini and they are being touted as offering
In our tech world, newer is almost always advertised as better, even if the truth is a bit different. Such might be the case in a new experiment that shows the newly launched iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c squarely beaten in terms of