Android Police

We found 4233 results for 'Galaxy S'

Sort by:
...

Verizon Galaxy S III Update VRBMF1 Announced, Brings Multiple Improvements And Probably Won't Break LTE This Time

Verizon pushed out an update at the end of May to add a number of enhancements to the Galaxy S III. However, after users flooded the Verizon forums with reports of broken LTE, Big Red pulled the update. A slightly tweaked version is about to roll out with a few more features, and presumably no LTE issues.

gs3v

The update listing doesn't make mention of the data fix, but that's understandable. It should be noted that this update's changelog is a bit different than the last one.

Read More
...

US Cellular Rolling Out Galaxy S III Update R530UVXAMD4, Brings Multi-Window, Smart Switch, And More

A nice treat for Galaxy S III owners on US Cellular is dropping today. An update to version R530UVXAMD4 is going out via OTA soon, but you don't have to wait. US Cellular says you can pull the update manually from the Software Update menu. The full update can also (at some point) be downloaded from Samsung and flashed to the device over USB. US Cellular's link currently points toward to the last update.

Read More
...

Japanese Blog Stumbles On User Manual For Galaxy S4 LTE-Advanced - Confirms Snapdragon 800 Chip

Two days ago, we reported on the rumored existence of a new Galaxy S4 iteration with LTE-Advanced support headed to Korea. It seems that device has been all but confirmed today, thanks to a leaked user manual with device specifications found by Japanese blog rbmen.

image_thumb267

image_thumb268

The device, known as model number SHV-E330, contains an MSM8974 CPU, which will be the first Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC to debut in handsets later this year.

Read More
...

ZeroLemon Launches Its Monstrously Juicy Batteries For The Galaxy S4 (7500mAh) And Optimus G Pro (9300mAh)

Most Android phones have big batteries these days, but that doesn't mean they always have enough juice for today's go-go smartphone user. Luckily, ZeroLemon has just started selling gigantic batteries for the Samsung Galaxy S4 and LG Optimus G Pro. Sometimes form has to take a backseat to function.

gs4b

Read More
...

[US Giveaway] Win An HTC One Or Galaxy S4 Google Edition From PhoneRocket.com And Android Police

This contest is now over.

The final results are listed below. If you've won, you will be contacted in the near future. Congratulations!

Everyone else - keep participating and stay tuned to Android Police so that you don't miss our upcoming giveaway announcements. You can follow AP on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and RSS.

Steven Karll

Here at Android Police, we like fast phones. Phones with great displays.

Read More
...

Samsung Galaxy S4 Wireless Charging Back And Wireless Pad Are Finally In Stock On Samsung's Site

A great cheer rose up from the internet early this month when Samsung added listings for the Qi wireless charging accessories compatible with the Galaxy S4. The cheer then quickly faded into a confused murmur as everyone realized you couldn't actually order them. The accessories have been listed as backordered ever since. At last, the white replacement back and the Samsung-branded Qi charger have shown up as in stock.

pad

Read More
...

Verizon Announces Update For The Samsung Galaxy Stellar (Version JZO54K.1200VRBME1)

The Galaxy S4 is a great device, but it's not for everyone. Some people, frankly, don't need that much phone. The Stellar is one of more affordable devices under the Galaxy brand, and users on Verizon's network will soon see another update roll out to their devices.

Stellar

The Galaxy Stellar has already made the jump up to Jelly Bean, so this update is relatively mundane by comparison. Still, Verizon advertises a host of other niceties, such as improved hotspot connectivity and better speaker phone audio.

Read More
...

AT&T Galaxy Note 8.0 Launching On June 21st For $400, Or $200 When Bundled With A Galaxy S4, S4 Active, Or Note II

We knew Samsung's latest entry to the Galaxy Note series was getting an AT&T LTE version, and today the carrier has released more detailed information about its launch. Those of you that want to take your notation on the go can pick up a Galaxy Note 8.0 On June 21st (this Friday) for $399.99, with a two-year contract. That's pretty pricey, especially after other carriers have moved towards no-contract pricing for tablets - it's just as expensive as the commitment-free WiFi version.

Read More
...

Samsung Will Soon Release An LTE-Advanced Galaxy S4, Waits For World To Catch Up

Samsung is developing a Galaxy S4 with support for LTE-Advanced, which is able to reach nearly twice the speed of normal 4G. The phone may be sold in South Korea as early as this month, but given the lack of necessary infrastructure, it may never see release in America. Or anywhere else, for that matter. Nevertheless, Samsung's phone will still be the first LTE-advanced smartphone to ship anywhere in the world.

Read More
...

Samsung Drops Kernel Source Code For Galaxy S4 Active And Galaxy S4 Mini Dual-SIM

There's nothing like a fresh batch of source code to get you through another Monday morning. Samsung has just posted the kernel source for two of its newer S4 variants, the Galaxy S4 active (i9295), and the dual-SIM version of the Galaxy S4 Mini (i9192). Samsung has been on an open source run lately with the AT&T GS4 and Galaxy Tab 8.0 going up just last week.

gs4c

If you're the developer type who really lives for this, grab the Jelly Bean code at Samsung's open source pages linked below.

Read More
Page 40 of 424«First...10...3839404142...50...Last»
Quantcast