People waited in line for days all over the world to get their hands on the iPhone 5. Is it truly the next worthy chapter in the successful book of iPhone, or is it just marketing hype dressed up in a two-tone case?
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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.
You would think a necessary component for rooting the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III would be the actual handset. Unless you're exceptionally pro, in which case you can just do it remotely using a leaked kernel. Before you ask, yes, this exact feat has been accomplished already, so the day you do purchase your shiny new S III, it's almost guaranteed you'll be able to root it immediately.