Samsung has announced a handy accessory for heavy Galaxy S3 users: a bigger battery pack for Samsung’s flagship phone for longer use between charges.
It’s already out in white and blue – and red, if you’re an AT&T subscriber – but if you were waiting for Samsung to launch it in black, well, here’s the official word. And then some. Samsung has finally announced new colors for the Galaxy S III, but they’re not stopping with black (or ‘Sapphire
We’ve seen the Samsung Galaxy S III released in a number of rather unconventional colors, from the stock blue and white variants they originally unveiled, to the striking Garnet Red variant that AT&T exclusively started offering. Despite being one of the best (if not the best) Android-based smartphones available right now, the Galaxy S III
If you’re planning on buying a Samsung Galaxy S III but you don’t want to sign up with a new contract (despite Amazon’s tempting $99 offer with a Sprint contract), here’s a way to get one for less: Samsung has launched a new program called Samsung Upgrade that makes your switch to a Galaxy device
If you got the news a couple of days ago about Amazon offering the Galaxy S III from Sprint for only $120 and ordered one right away, you might want to skip this post. But if you’re still on the fence about getting Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone for $100 less, then read on. Because Amazon