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 big features in a compact size. They are both being sold with two-year agreements and they are priced at $99.99 and $49.99 respectively.
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Galaxy S3, Samsung was quick to point out how well it was selling. The same can’t be said for the Galaxy S4, which Samsung has been very, very quiet about. While they keep pushing out devices like the Note 3 and Galaxy Gear, we’ve become accustomed to the Galaxy S devices as their flagship.
AT&T has confirmed the upcoming release of the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini. The handset will be available as of September 27th and pre-orders will be available as of tomorrow, September 19th. AT&T will have the Galaxy S III Mini priced at $0.99 on a two-year agreement and it will bring features to include a 4.0-inch display, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and 4G LTE connectivity.
Samsung recently announced the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch along with the 2014 edition Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. These announcements came by way of the Unpacked event which took place in Berlin, however it seems there was also a bit of news regarding some other Samsung handsets. In this case, the Galaxy S III and Galaxy S 4.
Samsung Galaxy S III from the carrier will not be getting an upgrade to Android 4.2.2. Instead, they will be directly updated to the recently announced Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
Galaxy S III originally began back in December of last year. The initial rollout was by way of Kies and the OTA came available a month later. While that update brought the handset up to Android 4.1.1, it didn't include the Samsung Premium Suite portion of the update. Well, flash forward till the present day and there is finally word of when that will be available.
Samsung when it took the latter to court last year. Because now it turns out that two of Samsung's smartphones topped a customer satisfaction survey, beating out three Apple iPhones.