The Samsung Galaxy i9103 was released in 2011 under two names: Galaxy R and Galaxy Z. At that time, it was running Android 2.3, but now, it looks like it’s getting the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
A user of the Galaxy i9103 in Sweden recently sent his phone for service, and when it was returned to him, it was running on 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. This of course means that other users should begin to receive the update soon.
Meanwhile, if you do not want to wait for the official ICS update, and wants to know how to install a ROM on the i9103, you can get all the details here on this link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1836688
The Samsung Galaxy i9103 has a 4.2-inch WVGA display, dual-core processor of 1 GHz, 1 GB of RAM and 2 GB of ROM.
New suspected problems may afflict some owners of Samsung Galaxy S III. After the failure of cracks that appeared in the back cover, it is regretted by many users in recent weeks. In fact, another part of the device would be small in some cases subject to breakage.
According to images posted by users of the Dutch site, tweakers.net, it would be formed of small cracks in the metal frame of several devices of the Samsung Galaxy S III.
To tell the users that have published the photos, these cracks are not the result of a fall of the device, a shock or a bad case. It remains to be evaluated, of course, what the real issue of the terminals was and if indeed these were not actually victims of minor accidents.
However, Samsung has not released an official comment. We will keep you informed of developments.
Although at an early stage of development, the final version of CyanogenMod 10 is approaching nearer. First, a few days ago, it showed how it worked on the ROM for the LG Optimus 4X HD. And now, the CM10 is now available for the Samsung S2 Galaxy I9100G.
The project developer, named Codeworkx, was the one who tested the CyanogenMod ROM 10 successfully in the Galaxy S II I9100G, whose installation is not for novice users. As the developer points out, there are a lot of bugs, especially with the sound of the phone.
Moreover, it seems that CM10 is only a development project in parallel, as it is likely that Codeworkx will focus first on the release of a stable version of CM9 and then continue with the development of CM10.
Without the necessary preconditions, if you try to install the Android 4.1 ROM on your Jelly Bean on CM10 Galaxy S2 I9100G, you can download the installation package, but at your own risk.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is invading all world markets. In America, the distributed model is equipped with a dual-core Snapdragon S4 and LTE, while in Europe, it came with a quad-core processor with 1 GB of RAM, but no support for 4G.
Now, it is the time of the commercial launch in its native Korea, and this is another variant of the model. The Galaxy S III comes with Korean Exynos quad core processor and 2GB of RAM. In addition, the product also supports LTE and DMB TV tuner, which is a popular feature in the East.
Other similar characteristics of the device with other markets is the 4.8-inch screen with a resolution of 1280 × 720 pixels, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB 2.0 (MHL), NFC, 8 megapixel camera and battery by 2.100mAh.
The debut is scheduled on the 9th of July and will be distributed through operators, SK Telecom, KT and LG U +.
The version of the Samsung Galaxy S III with 2GB of RAM , LTE support and Exynos quad-core processor will make its debut on the market by Monday, July 9, in South Korea.
The announcement came from the same Asian manufacturer. They also mentioned that the smartphone will be marketed by operators, SKT, KT and LG U +.
Recall that this variant of the flagship of Samsung is not particularly new, compared to what was found in Italy, except, of course, for the amount of RAM, support for the LTE and TV T-DMB, as well as a thickness that is slightly greater (by passing 8.6 mm to 9mm).
The other main features of the terminal include a 4.8-inch display with HD resolution, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the TouchWiz UX Nature user interface, an 8 megapixel camera, NFC, 32GB of memory and a battery of 2,100 mAh.
Samsung has launched the release of a new firmware update for the Galaxy S III—trying to fulfill the request of users who complain about the presence of bugs.
It is in fact, a minor update aimed mainly at improving the overall stability of the smartphone and fix some bugs found in previous releases. The update weighs 72.68 MB and can be downloaded and installed via OTA directly to the smartphone.
Among the innovations introduced by the update, stands in the dropdown menu to add a notification bar that allows you to adjust the brightness of the display or set the automatic control.
To the first users that have tested the update, it does not seem to be no other news worth mentioning. The staff of the Webzine SlashGear, in particular, noted that the terminal is still somewhat slow to reload the widget from an application.