With a quad core processor, 1GB of RAM (2GB in certain variants), a 4.8” Super AMOLED HD display, 8 MP / 2 MP optics and being based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the Samsung Galaxy S III is one hell of a powerhouse. The general public, it seems, has agreed to this fact as, according to sales figures, the Galaxy S III is selling like ice-cool lemonade on a hot day.
Legally unlocking your smartphone/tablet involves taking it to your wireless network operator/carrier, paying them a hefty fee (which can go in the hundreds of dollars) and then receiving a special code which you can input to your device to unlock it so you can use on other wireless networks.
If you actually took the time to research into the various lawsuits that are filed against companies in the mobile and technology industry, I think you might actually be surprised at the frequent they crop up, and the big names involved. Companies which on the face of things seem to have a mutually beneficial working relationship, have probably at some point been involved in a bitter legal dispute for one reason or another.
How To Install / Flash Leaked Official Android 2.3.6 Value Pack With TouchWiz For Galaxy S GT-i9000 [Tutorial]
The folks from SamMobile sure are fast! Just a few days after releasing a leaked version of Android 4.0.3 ICS for Galaxy S II, they’ve come up with a leaked version of a Value Pack for the Ice Cream Sandwich-deprived Galaxy S (which Samsung, by the way, doesn’t even intend to release), and we’ve got a step-by-step guide ready after the jump on how to install / flash this leaked ROM to your Galaxy S GT-i9000!
For those of you using the Nexus S by Samsung, you’ll probably have access to the newest Android OS (Ice Cream Sandwich) way one or the other. Thanks to CyanogenMod 9, you’re able to get an early preview on your devices now. The newest alpha is by no means the last, but it runs smoother and faster than its predecessors.
Apple has spurred several moves to ban the sale of Samsung's Galaxy product line in Europe, the United States, Australia and others. According to a new report, the Cupertino company is now moving to ban the sale of the Samsung Galaxy S, the Galaxy S II and the Galaxy Tab 7.7 in Japan, similarly to what it is doing in other countries.
Samsung Hercules Is A Galaxy S II Variant With A Brushed Metal Back, And 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus Screen [Pictures]
Android users and mobile enthusiasts alike have likely been aware of the Samsung Hercules, a mysterious new Android-based handset that was first revealed back in May. While neither Samsung nor T-Mobile have commented on it, leaked pictures now indicate that this phone will actually be a slight variant of the best-selling Samsung Galaxy S II.
Earlier this month, Samsung filed a court order requesting to look at Apple's next-generation devices in order to look for close similarities between them and Samsung Galaxy devices. Apple, in response, filed a request to ban the sale of any Samsung mobile devices in the United States. Both companies were denied their requests.
Well well well, the whole Apple Vs. Samsung legal debacle just took a turn for the down right strange. According to ThisIsMyNext's Nilay Patel, Samsung's lawyers have asked courts to order Apple to hand over the company's latest iPhone 5 and iPad 3 prototypes so they can check their own hardware doesn't mirror that of hardware coming from Cupertino any time soon.
All the Android buzz these days is about Samsung's latest wonder-phone, the Galaxy S II, but according to reports the South Korean's original Galaxy S is stealing the show in Japan.