Samsung previously announced a slew of new colors for its flagship Galaxy S III handset, but today the company is introducing a slightly less conservative hue. Beginning next week, customers will be able to pick up a Galaxy S III in pink. Initially, the handset will only be available in Korea, though its expected that the device will see a regional roll out in the near future.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityWith over 10 million Samsung Galaxy SIII models sold worldwide, and with the iPhone 5 still up to 12 weeks away, will you bite the iBullet and hold on for i5, or set yourself free with an SIII?
Samsung has announced four new colors for the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone. While we already knew Sammy would have a “Sapphire Black” and “Titanium Gray” version of the smartphone on the way, it has also announced the “Amber Brown” and “Garnet Red” colors as well.
Yesterday we reported that select Samsung handsets running its TouchWiz UI were affected by a flaw that could allow them to be remote wiped after clicking on a malicious link. Samsung has now confirmed it has patched the flaw for its flagship Galaxy SIII handset.
Samsung is urging Galaxy SIII owners to update to the latest version of its software to ensure they are protected against the flaw.
My wife has a Samsung Galaxy SIII Mini, and the Exhange Push is extremely delayed. It often takes over 24 hours to show up. I have the full SIII with not problems and we each have Galaxy Tab2s, with not problems there either. Using Office 365 Exchange online. Any suggestions?