Galaxy S III smartphone has been receiving its fair share of attention as of late. Being an all around amazing device it's completely understandable. Yesterday they launched another TV commercial for the new smartphone, showing us yet again that the phone is "designed for humans" since apparently dogs use phones too.
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US Cellular have an awesome phone available to pre-order starting today. US Cellular announced last week that their Galaxy S III pre-orders would start today, and now the page is live with both the 16 and 32GB flavors.
Galaxy S III smartphone will be happy to know the devices first update is rolling out today. It's being reported throughout the UK and parts of Europe, and appears to be rather small. You'll still be on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich but should have some improved stability.
Galaxy S III, and also happen to be an AT&T subscriber we have some potentially awesome news for you. While they announced the phone earlier this month and opened up pre-orders like all the others we sadly never got an actual release date. Some new details have appeared stating pre-orders will arrive on or before June 21st.
Galaxy S III is hitting the global market in more than a few variations. The international and UK model rocks Samsung's quad-core Exynos processor, while us here in the US will be getting a 2GB model with a dual-core processor instead. News today is aiming towards Korea's SK Telecom getting the best of both worlds.
Galaxy S III model, just like 4 other carriers here in the US did. While most carriers mentioned pre-order dates and full pricing US Cellular left those details out. Today they've confirmed retail availability, as well as full pricing information.
Galaxy S III in a way that existing adapters for HD video-output will not work. This means that those who previously owned a MHL adapter from a previous phone like the Galaxy S II, Galaxy Nexus, or multiple HTC phones it will not work with Samsung's latest and greatest.
yesterdays news that Apple was up to their usual and filed another injunction against Samsung, this time against their Galaxy S III, we now have a few reports stating Samsung isn't worried and will move ahead as planned.
Galaxy S III as it did the Nexus in February -- and is hoping to get it banned before launching in the US.