13 posts and columns on Samsung Galaxy S III
Verizon announced today that Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is headed to the Samsung Galaxy S III starting tomorrow. The carrier will push the update wirelessly to customers in batches, but if you can’t wait, you’ll also be able to download it manually within the next week. Along with the new features of Jelly Bean, the software adds world roaming capabilities, camera enhancements and support for the ISIS mobile payment system.
As promised, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update is making its way to Samsung Galaxy S III devices, and it’s AT&T’s turn. The software is available now, and brings such enhancements as support for Google Now, more detailed notifications, and camera improvements. The update isn’t being pushed out over the air. Instead, you’ll have to use Samsung’s Kies desktop application. AT&T did not immediately respond to an inquiry about when the Galaxy S III might receive Android 4.2, which is now shipping on the Nexus 4.
News ByteSamsung Galaxy S III will finally be able to get their hands on the Android smartphone on July 6. Samsung’s new flagship phone will be available in stores and online, but unlike other carriers, AT&T is offering only the 16 gigagbyte model. Pricing is $199.99 with a two-year contract, and you can choose from three colors: Red, white or blue.
News Bytesome delays, Sprint now says the Samsung Galaxy S III will be available in stores and online on July 1. The 16 gigabyte model costs $199.99 with a two-year contract; the 32GB version is $249.99 on contract. The latter will only be sold online and through telesales.