Samsung has slowly been getting better at their update release cycles, as it looks like the unlocked international version of the Galaxy S III will be receiving its first major software update within 6 months of its release. According to CNet’s Andrew Hoyle, Samsung has confirmed that the flagship Galaxy S III will be receiving the update to Android 4.1 before...

We bring you more good news from IFA Berlin 2012! In addition the announcement of the , Samsung has made an official statement in their keynote proclaiming that Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will be making its way onto the Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note 10.1 ‘very soon.’ This announcement is in line with SamMobile’s progress report on Samsung’s...

While there’s been no official word from Samsung itself, we’re starting to see more and more evidence of a black Galaxy S III on the horizon: You can see on T-Mobile’s 4G comparison page that the first device on display is clearly a Galaxy S III in piano black. Now before I get your hopes too high up, I will note that this image on the pedestal is an...

It’s been a minute since we saw the Galaxy Note 10.1 make its debut at Mobile World Conference, and it looks like we’ve now finally got a glimpse at the final product: If it looks familiar, its probably because of the forward facing stereo speakers on the bezel which were introduced on the Apple-compliant German Galaxy Tab 10.1n last year. This makes me very...

When the Galaxy S II finally made its debut in the U.S. of A., the rest of the world had already been enjoying the best phone ever made (seriously…) for the better part of a year. That made just about everyone one of us American Android enthusiasts very sad pandas. Looks like this time around we won’t be waiting for months on end trying to figure out when we...

The Galaxy S III has been getting plenty of pre-release coverage and despite rumored delays, it is now available in 28 different countries from the U.K. and France to U.A.E. and Saudi Arabia.   The phone is currently available in a handful of regions including Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with the full global launch coming in July whereby Samsung will increase...

I surmised that the latest picture of the Galaxy S III had a very high likelihood of representing what the final product would look like and it looks like my findings have been corroborated: The leaked image above is very similar, if not identical to the leaked illustration seen last week. This picture would have us believe that the leaked dummy test boxes featuring a...

Remember that leaked Galaxy S III we saw yesterday? According to the Verge’s sources, the ugly duckling we saw in the leaked photos are just cosmetic dummy units… with real internals: According to the Verge’s sources, although the leaked imaged we saw were on the right track, they are merely “generic text boxes” to put the next Galaxy S’s...

The Galaxy S II has had a solid run but people are getting antsy as 1280×720 displays and quad-core processors are becoming the de facto standard for current gen smartphones. At the height of much of this hype has been a number of various renders claiming to be the Galaxy S III, however we had yet to see an actual photo until now… But wait just one second...

HTC has just released their One X to a wave of positive reviews across the internet. With a quad-core Tegra 3 and 4.7 inch HD Super-LCD 2 display, HTC has set the bar extremely high for the next generation of smartphones. So what is Samsung’s next move? Why a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED HD Plus display for their Galaxy S III of course… or so we think. If Samsung...