June 21 is the day to circle in your calendar if you are an Android, Samsung, Galaxy S III and Sprint fan. The Now Network just let everyone know that the most anticipated Android phone of the year will land on its line-up on June 21.
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Those of you who own an LG Optimus Vu, Optimus LTE or Optimus LTE Tag should finally be happy to hear that, according to a translated press released from Korean, Ice Cream Sandwich is less than a week away.
Unfortunately HTC didn't offer an official bootloader unlocking solution (just yet) for the AT&T One X but this didn't stop the community and its fine developers from working on a solution (and they have found one)!
The revamped Galaxy Tab 10.1 will feature a quad-core processor which, by itself, isn't really hot news; however, Samsung has redesigned the case in order to give users the ability to incorporate the stylus (S-Pen) within the tablet itself.
With the Pandora's Box now open, all important and interesting goodies from the Samsung Galaxy S III have been ripped out and made available by the community for you to try on your Android-powered non-Galaxy S III smartphone.
If you are in the U.S. and can't/don't want to wait until the American carriers bring whatever variant of the phone they will (and you don't fancy importing one either) you can now pre-oder it from Amazon.
According to recent reports, users on non-Galaxy S III devices are getting errors when trying to operate the leaked S Voice app. It appears that the servers are blocking incoming connections from non-Galaxy S III devices.
While Motorola has a pretty neat list in place for you to follow every movement regarding a platform refresh for a specific phone, they made a statement addressing those who can't find their phone names and Android 4.0 mentioned on the same page.
For those of you who don't know, S Voice is Samsung's answer to Apple's Siri, a voice-enabled personal assistant that can do a lot of stuff on the Samsung Galaxy S III, and now not only. We say not only because the app has been leaked and it is available for all Android users to try out.