Opposed to the International Samsung Galaxy S III which packs a quad-core Exynos SoC, the American variants — including the AT&T and T-Mobile versions we’re referring to here — pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core SoC but an additional gigabyte of RAM. You could see an initial face-off between them just a couple of hours ago and, at a first glance, there is no real difference between the phones.
Samsung has made the source codes for the AT&T and T-Mobile variants public. This means that, from this point on, we can count down the days until super fast [...]
We knew that the Samsung Galaxy S III is the hottest device at the moment (now in the U.S. too) but we didn’t think of it literally, like this unique specimen for instance, pictured above. It is apparently the International version of the Galaxy S III and it reportedly ended up in this stage while in an in-car holster.
It got sent back to the manufacturer for investigations and Samsung said: “Samsung is aware of this issue and will begin investigating as soon as we receive the specific product in question. Once the investigation is complete, we will be able to [...]
Although it has been about six month since the Samsung Galaxy Note was debuted we have finally gotten our hands on the long awaited official Ice Cream Sandwich ROM from Samsung. A few days ago we reported that XDA-Developers had posted on the Galaxy Note (GT-N7000) Android Development forum that Germany had received the official ICS update through the Kies software. If you are the lucky few that opted for the international Galaxy Note you will now be able to upgrade your device to the official Android 4.0.3 build.
The update comes with a few key features that make using the [...]
Watching live streams of product announcements is a mixed bag. Depending on your expectations going in, they’re either a mild disappointment or a blow-your-face off surprise. Today, for me, it’s the latter.
After months and months of leaks and a truckload of tech speculation, Samsung today finally took the wraps off the Galaxy S III smartphone, in an orchestra-accompanied ceremony of Olympic proportions. It’s easily the most anticipated mobile phone of the year so far, so was it worth the endless months of waiting?