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My mother-in-law got a new phone but couldn't use it, it was so dissimilar from her old one. Please, OEMs, give us a path back to stock!
A new wave of large-screened Android tablets is here, courtesy of Samsung and Sony. Here's 4 ways their software doesn't live up to the hardware (yet).
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's Android UI, or "skin," has never won many popularity contests. Read our speculation on what the company might bring to the table in TouchWiz 6.
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!
The Galaxy S 4 is finally widely available. Read our own early-adopter thoughts, and hear from others who picked it up in the first days of its release!
The Samsung Galaxy S4 features many sensors packed inside its polished casing. Take a quick tour of an app that takes advantage of them.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 and the Nokia Lumia 920 go head-to-head in this Android-vs-Windows Phone smackdown. Watch our video to see who comes out on top!
The Galaxy S 4 comes packed with features, from the genius to the outrageous. Watch our guided tour to learn how to wave, blink, swipe, and otherwise gesture your way into the Samsung superphone's good graces.
The Galaxy S 4 is the most anticipated Android smartphone of the year. But does its conservative design disappoint? Read our full review to find out.
The biggest Android smartphones of the year are launching within weeks of one another. Listen in as we weigh the pros and cons of, and our hopes and fears for, the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S IV.
What do you get when you cross the biggest, baddest Samsung phablet with the new superphone from HTC? You get this Droid DNA vs Galaxy Note II head-to-head video. Watch it before it gets cold!
The Galaxy Note II faces off against the Samsung Galaxy Note in a quick but beautiful battle of the phablets. Check out all the improvements Samsung has made to its latest Android phone/tablet hybrid.
With a good enough camera, taking great pictures doesn't require you to be a professional photographer. Sure, that helps (a lot), but it's not strictly necessary. Especially if you have capable tools at your disposal, and enough knowhow to wield them. The Samsung Galaxy S III has the tools in abundance.
One of the exciting things about Android is the ability for skilled community developers to dismantle and port stuff from one phone to the other. HTC Sense 4.0 was a big deal when the One family landed — and there were also ports — and now it is time for those who want a cleaner launcher to get Samsung’s own TouchWiz UX Nature from the Galaxy S III to their Ice Cream Sandwich-powered phone.
It has already been confirmed to work on a solid number of devices so your chances of success are rather high. You need to be rooted though; if you are, installation is as [...]
Samsung's Galaxy Chat will be available around the globe, starting in Spain later this month.
It may be tacky, but Samsung hits the nail right on the head with the Galaxy S III's marketing tagline. Especially for Sprint customers, "the next big thing" is indeed here.
Samsung is pushing some features that not only require the presence of another phone; they demand that the other phone also be a Galaxy S III. They're like those opportunistic semi-friends you had in high school; the ones who will agree to hang out, but only if a certain set of other friends will be there. Also known as jerks.
Gestures in the smartphone world are nothing new, but Samsung includes a lot of gesture and motion-based interactions that make the experience of using the Galaxy S III unlike that of any other Android phone. I've done my best to put them to the test on both the international and Sprint versions of the SGS3, and I've organized them into a list for your reading enjoyment.
U.S. variants of the Samsung Galaxy S III have been announced (and anticipated) on AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon. Some carrier subscribers were luckier than others but Verizon fans seem to have to wait forever for their phone to be available. Initially, the Verizon Galaxy S III should have been available on July 9, which was before it got pushed back one day to July 10.
Then came rumors of a July 11 availability — later confirmed by Verizon on their website with the patches on the phone — and the latest report comes from HHGregg who have a nice banner up on [...]
Visually, they're almost indistinguishable. Aside from a carrier logo and a barely perceptible tint of the white polycarbonate underneath the "hyperglaze" coating, these Galaxy S III devices are identical twins. But looks, as they say, are only skin deep.
No one can really question the success of the Galaxy series of smartphones from Samsung. Numbers represent an ever-growing tendency from the initial Galaxy S to the Galaxy S II (and Galaxy Note). The South Korean company is determined to capitalize on that buzz as it expects record sales for its current flagship, the Galaxy S III.
JK Shin, head of telecommunications at Samsung, expects more than ten million Galaxy S III units sold in July, Reuters reports. While it isn’t clear what the wording “cumulative [...]
However, users in the U.S., especially subscribers to one of the carriers that have the phone in their line-up can now also join the root party.