Unlike HTC, Samsung is yet to announce the list of devices that will get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Insiders have talked to SamMobile, however, and said that Samsung is already testing Jelly Bean on the Samsung Galaxy S III.
We came across some leaked images that show the international version of the Sony LT29i, codenamed Xperia Hayabusa. The images confirm a very close resemblance to the Japan-bound, LTE-capable Xperia GX, save for the lack of the FeliCa (Sony's NFC-based payment system in Japan) logo under the LED flash and the different chrome rim around the phone.
The Samsung SCH-I200, better known as Jasper, has been leaked again, and this time we get to see what the device actually looks like.
After UK retailer Expansys started cancelling orders for the 64GB variety of the Galaxy S III, we feared that Samsung may have given up on the device. Apparently, that's not the case, according to GSMArena.com.
Limited edition' bundles are not alien to the Xbox 360 console, and the cool thing about it is that, not only do you get a copy of the game with it, but the entire console goes through a makeover to match the theme of the game. Another such new limited edition Halo 4 Xbox 360 bundle is now heading our way.
For those who don't know, XBMC is a popular media center application for the desktop. Well known for its 10-foot UI and the ability to customize using plugins and skins, developers have announced on their blog that they are working on a full-fledged version of the application for Android.
While, we may not be interested in the AT&T part. We do love the new color that is offered by Samsung. 'Garnet Red' is the color code, and we think it is brilliant, just like the other colors offered, by the Samsung.
Google has released a new OTA update for the new Nexus 7 tablet, which was so far running an early version of Android 4.1, that was pre-installed on the devices provided at Google I/O.
A few days ago, reports that the official Android 4.0.4 for the Galaxy S II had been leaked surfaced. It was available for download for those could not wait for it to arrive over the air.
Google revealed the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean in the Google I/O 2012 sometime ago. However, Samsung has confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S III will get "updated to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with TouchWiz UI", and according to some reports the International version and the U.S. version will get the "update via KIES during Q4,2012."