Samsung has started delivering Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update to Galaxy S III, but only in in select countries. Here’s our quick guide on how to manually upgrade Samsung Galaxy S3 to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean XXDLJ4 firmware.
ChatON, Samsung’s version of instant messaging service has been just updated with some amazing features. Here’s our review.
Samsung has decided to strip out support for USB Mass Storage mode in favor of MTP in Galaxy S3. But here’s a small tutorial on how you can get the functionality back on your Galaxy S3
Samsung Galaxy S III has proved to be the most successful smartphones the industry has ever seen. If you’re one of those lucky persons who’ve managed to get an hand on it, here are a few Samsung Galaxy S3 tips and tricks that will help you in daily use.
Samsung Galaxy S III has barely reached a few countries after its launch and it has already been rooted by Android developers at XDA forums. Here is a detailed (and simple) guide to root Samsung Galaxy S3.
We knew this was going to happen sometime but was not expected this soon. Flipboard, which was going to be released exclusively for the Samsung Galaxy S III has been leaked out by a fellow XDA user ans is ready to be installed on any Android device. Flipboard is a personalized social reader application and […]
Instead of just bumping the hardware specifications, Samsung has put in loads of new amazing features in Galaxy S III that are designed to blow your mind away. What are they?
The most anticipated gadget of 2012 – Samsung Galaxy S III – has just been launched. After teasing us for more than two months with leaked images, ‘The Next Galaxy’ has been unveiled.
Samsung Galaxy S II was the biggest launch of any Android phone the last year. It was equipped with specifications no other could boast and an user interface like no other. For me, it was THE super-phone of that year (even Galaxy Nexus doesn’t change my opinion) for which I curiously waited for 3 months after being unveiled in MWC (Mobile World Congress) in February and rushed to buy it on the very first day of its launch in India.
Consumer Electronics Show 2012, an event where various companies feature their latest software and hardware products, has almost started. Although, scheduled to to run from January 10th to 13th for 4 days, CES 2012 has already begun on 8th Jan. with various announcements, press-events etc. and we’re as excited as you are for the event as you’re 😉
If rumors are to be believed, several new thinner tablets, faster phones, ultra-thin TVs, ultrabooks and much more are going to be unveiled.
The show is an invite-only event. So, if you weren’t on the invited list (like me), here’s a quick guide on how you can keep yourself updated about everything that happens in the upcoming show.