Tag Archives: Galaxy S III

Screenshots Leak Of Smart Scroll On A Galaxy S III ROM

While some alleged Galaxy S IV screenshots leaked with some strange inconsistencies, there is another leak of a Galaxy S III 4.2 ROM with the same feature, Smart scroll. Except these screenshots show more detail of the feature, which seems to be very customizable. I like where this is going, as Samsung added a lot of options for tinkerers. There is also… Read more

Verizon Now Pushing Bug Fixing Update To Galaxy S III

We reported on Verizon preparing an update for their Galaxy S III, and today they have started rolling it out. It’s a very minor update, with Android version 4.1.2, and will include some minor fixes and improvements. Keyboard predictions have been improved, Bluetooth performance is better, you can take photos in a call, there will be a refresh button on… Read more

Verizon Soon Rolling Out Minor Update To Galaxy S III

If you’re the lucky owner of a Samsung Galaxy S III on Verizon, and you haven’t flashed any ROMs on it, you should be getting an update fairly soon. But before you get too excited, it’s a simple maintenance update, nothing big. This isn’t 4.2 Jelly Bean, unfortunately. However, the update does add better keyboard predictions, better Bluetooth… Read more

Samsung Rumored To Sell Galaxy S IV With Multiple Processor Types

Rumors about the Galaxy S IV are flying, and we can’t help but get a bit nervous. Will the device be what we wanted? Will Samsung once again surprise us with something unique? We don’t know, but a specific rumor going around has us a bit worried. The rumor says that, just like with the Galaxy S III, Samsung is going to use multiple processor types,… Read more

Galaxy S III Gets A 4.2.1 Firmware Leak

It looks like Samsung is hard at work updating their flagship, the Galaxy S III, because the latest leak is actually 4.2.1. Yes, the Galaxy S III is being upgraded to the latest Android version sometime soon (probably after the S IV launch). The leaked firmware is actually stable according to SamMobile, but will raise your flash counter. Of course,… Read more