Galaxy S II | Samsung
Samsung is updating its flagship handset, the GalaxyS III, to Jelly Bean, starting today.
Samsung's Galaxy S III hit the 10 million mark at the end of July, and in the time since then the company has doubled that figure — Samsung says it's reached 20 million Galaxy S III sales, 100 days after the handset launched in May.
After two and a half days of deliberations, the Apple vs. Samsung jury returned a decisive verdict in Apple's favor today — holding that Samsung owes Apple $1.05 billion for copying Apple's intellectual property. But what does it mean?
Judge Lucy Koh has just ruled that the Galaxy S GT-i9000, the GT-i9100, and Galaxy Ace will be removed from the list of infringing devices in Apple's case against Samsung.
Samsung has finished developing an internal test version of Android 4.1 for the Galaxy S III, and is now working on a public release version of the software, according to SamMobile.
Tonight's trove of court documents in the Apple vs. Samsung case not only revealed a ton of new images of iPhone and iPad prototypes, but also show that Samsung was very focused on making sure that it is competitive with Apple offerings. That's exactly as you'd expect, but the level and depth of Samsung's focus on Apple is still quite revealing.
- Samsung Galaxy S III now available on AT&T Jul 6, 2012, 5:33pm EDT
- Samsung Galaxy S III for AT&T: impressions and benchmarks Jun 20, 2012, 12:03am EDT
- Samsung Galaxy S III launches in 28 countries, to be available in 145 by July May 28, 2012, 11:42pm EDT
- Samsung Galaxy S III review May 25, 2012, 10:08am EDT
If you were wondering what the face of Android diversity looks like, you won't do much better than the chart above compiled by Open Signal Maps. The company compiled data taken from 61,389 users of its app over the past six months, and saw it running on nearly four thousand different types of devices
A new image has leaked out of what appears to be an upcoming Sprint variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II, which includes LTE connectivity and Android 4.0.4.
We're guessing something got lost in translation, because Samsung's first television ad for its new Galaxy S III smartphone is rather creepy
TmoNews has uncovered a purported internal document which lists Android 4.0 upgrade dates for last year's flagship models, as well as upcoming devices.
Samsung reported Q1 2012 earnings of 45.27 trillion won in sales and 5.85 trillion won in operating profit.
Samsung has posted a list of phones which will be receiving an upgrade to Android 4.0, with a number of carrier-specific phones included. However, the Galaxy S — a handset that Samsung said was "under review" following a public outcry — has not made it onto the list.
Vodafone UK announced today that Samsung will make its Ice Cream Sandwich update to the Galaxy S II available via its KIES desktop software tomorrow, with an over the air rollout planned for next Tuesday, April 17th.
A schedule of Android 4.0 updates for Bell Canada's superphones and tablets has been leaked. The updates begin as early as this month for the Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note.