Samsung isn't taking the iPhone 5 launch lying down, and it shouldn't surprise you to learn that nobody else is either. Samsung's hackle-raising iPhone-bashing ad has been flipped on its head by ardent Apple knights in iPhone armour.
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We're seeing more and more high-end smartphones enter the market, and keeping up with all of them is nothing short of overwhelming. How will you decide which one will be your next handset? Here’s how popular beasts like the Galaxy S III stack up against upcoming options like the iPhone 5 and Lumia 920.
Yesterday we saw Optus out plans for consumer 4G services and the unanswered question was whether or not the network would be shared amongst the telco's mobile virtual network operators (MVNO) like Virgin Mobile. Wonder no more, Virgin customers, for your network has come through for you, announcing plans to offer 4G and the Samsung Galaxy S III 4G to boot.
You had to have seen this coming. It's not enough that Apple trounced Samsung to the tune of $US1.05 billion in a US court, now the company wants to ban Samsung's flagship products — including the Galaxy S III — from US shelves.
Smartphones rarely, if ever, combust or melt of their own accord, so when a Samsung Galaxy S III owner stepped forward last month, claiming his shiny new device had met a fiery end, his experience came under heavy scrutiny. As expected, Samsung tracked down the phone and had the damage assessed, with the resulting report leaving the owner with little choice by to fess up and declare the accident "a stupid mistake".
I've never been a big fan of buying my phone as part of a contract. It's probably an archaic way of doing things, but a part of me enjoys purchasing the hardware straight up, without tying myself down to a single operator. If this is the approach you've decided to take with Samsung's recently released Galaxy S III, you might want to take a peek at the chart below.
After initially having "no plans" to announce back at the start of the month, Samsung Australia has officially launched the Galaxy S III. We're live at the launch, updating with information as we go. Update: Now with Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and Virgin pricing.
We've had a number of reports claiming Vodafone stores are getting stock in sealed boxes for some kind of product launch tomorrow. The rumour: Samsung is launching the Galaxy S III tomorrow. Then this image ended up in our tips inbox.
Samsung's launching the Galaxy S III in Sydney tomorrow — or if it doesn't, there will be a lot of disappointed Galaxy fans and some very confused vendor partners. We already know a lot about the Galaxy S III, but are you still feverishly waiting for it?