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It's been 4 months since Samsung unveiled the world's most capable phablet. Learn how well it's held up since in After The Buzz: Galaxy Note 3 review redux!
Samsung recently showed off its new tablet UI, Magazine UX, at CES. We got some hands-on time with it at the show. Read our thoughts on it here!
Yes, there's more to today's Pocketnow Weekly podcast than Galaxy S 5 rumors. Also inside: iOS 7, Galaxy S 4 Zoom, & Nokia EOS salivating! Give it a listen!
Android comes in many different forms, but one oft-requested feature is stock Android. Learn why Android OEM skins like Sense and TouchWiz are important.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4, as expected, threw a kink in HTC's plans. But the HTC One is standing its ground and proving to be a fair challenge.
Check out the Samsung Galaxy S III running a leaked version of the official Android 4.1 Jelly Bean ROM!
Is it a niche product? Absolutely. Is picture-in-picture on a smartphone one of the most extravagant, preposterous features in the mobile-technology world? You bet. Is it poised to become the next must-have feature? No chance. But Samsung's Pop Up Play is absolutely one of the most awesome features of the Galaxy S III.
Before I picked up the HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy S III, I was a firm believer in the power of stock Android, and the folly of skins. After some time with HTC Sense and TouchWiz, though, I'm starting to waver.
June 6 was mentioned as the start of the pre-ordering process for both AT&T and Verizon and, since today is June 6, you can go online and secure your unit.
If Verizon is the network of your choice you will like this one: the carrier has allegedly confirmed that the Galaxy S III on its line-up will support global roaming.
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.
It's going to be a tough fight because the Samsung Galaxy S III is up against the hottest HTC phone of the moment, the HTC One X.
Is it worth to upgrading to the Galaxy S III? Find out by taking a look at our video below, where we compare, side by side, day-to-day usage, benchmarks, gaming and internet browsing performance.
It's been a long period of waiting for Samsung fans as well as Android fans but the phone is finally here as we unbox the Samsung Galaxy S III
Those in the States waiting for the Samsung Galaxy S III might be seeing th flagship as soon as the end of June, beginning of July, according to a company exec.
Samsung has officially announced the launch of the Galaxy S III -- the 16GB version -- available in 28 countries around the world, with more (including US) to follow.
Samsung's own TouchWiz UX on the Galaxy S III is smooth and a great improvement over previous versions. It is now available for other (select Samsung device users, for the moment).
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.
It appears that around nine million units of the Galaxy S II refresh have been pre-ordered from more than 100 global carriers (not to be confused with customer pre-orders), according to a recent Korea Economic Daily report.