Just yesterday Samsung officially took the wraps off their new flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S3. One of the company?s first markets to launch the device in would be Europe and if you?re lucky enough to be living there, you will be pleased to learn that UK carrier, Three, will be taking pre-orders for the device come 4th of May. According to the carrier, the phone will be offered on a 24 month contract at £34 a month with no upfront payment. If this sounds like a good deal and the Galaxy S3 was all that you hoped it would be and more, pop on over to Three?s website for the details.
In case you might have missed our coverage yesterday, Samsung announced in London the launch of its new Galaxy S3 Android handset. Featuring a 4.8? 1280×720 Super AMOLED HD display, the Galaxy S3 will feature a 1.4GHz quad-core Exynos processor under its hood, 1GB of RAM, an 8MP rear-facing camera and will run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The phone is also expected to pack several interesting features such as voice commands and eye-tracking technology. Be sure to check out our preview here. Now if only the phone would arrive stateside faster.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Samsung Galaxy S3 accessories is a potential gold mine, Samsung Galaxy S3 sign-up page goes live in US,
HTC One S owners, if you wish that your phone came with a built-in kickstand, unfortunately that will not be happening. However an alternative has been provided by none other than HTC themselves by introducing a series of protective cases designed for the One S in mind. These hard plastic cases will come in a variety of different colors and will offer owners some level of protection, although we do not recommend you put it to the test. Based on the design (pictured above), it should be sufficient to prevent scratches at the back of your phone at the very least. However we guess that isn?t the point and if you?re willing to fork out an additional $15, you can get your hands on the same case except this time it will feature a spring-loaded aluminum kickstand. These cases are expected to be made available ?soon? and will set you back $24.99 for the regular version, and $39.99 for the kickstand version. So, any takers?By Ubergizmo. Related articles: HTC address One S micro arc oxidation chipping issue, HTC One S' "micro arc oxidation" coating is chipping for some users,
If you?ve purchased either the Nikon D4 or the D800, you might be one of the unlucky owners who is currently experiencing camera lockups. This issue has been reported on last month whereby the camera basically becomes unresponsive until the battery has been removed and reinserted. The good news is that Nikon has since come forward with a statement acknowledging the issue and is currently working on a more permanent solution. In the mean time, the Japanese camera manufacturer has offered users a temporary solution which they claim will provide a fix until a more permanent method can be found. This involves users turning off both ?Highlights? and ?RGB Histogram? display options in the ?Playback Display Options? sub-menu. If you?re a D4/D800 owner and you?re experiencing the problem described above, check out Nikon?s temporary solution and let us know how that worked out for you.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Nikon D4 specs get leaked, Nikon D800 photos and specs leaked,
If you?re interested in checking out cool concept watches, this Gravity LCD watch by Sam from Germany has to be one of the more interesting concept watches we?ve seen to date. As the name and the rendering above might have already implied, the Gravity LCD watch is basically an LCD watch whereby the numbers of the display are tumbling around depending on the watch?s orientation. This will be achieved by a built-in tilt sensor and a program that will translate the orientation into gravity data.
So how will one be able to tell the time? Simple. As long as the wearer?s finger does not touch the display, the numbers will continue to free fall. However once the wearer touches a portion of the watch with their finger, the numbers will automatically align into two rows – one for the time and one for the date. A backlight can also be activated by touching the display with half of your finger as opposed to your finger tip. The design of the watch itself looks pretty sleek and minimalist, a form which I personally tend to favor. Unfortunately it?s merely a concept at the moment so if you?d like to leave your comments or vote on it, head on over to Tokyo Flash?s website.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Bracelet watch concept uses blocks to tell the time, Cubism inspired watch concept will please Picasso fans,
So while Nokia might be targeting companies like HTC, ViewSonic and RIM for alleged patent infringement, it seems that they are currently being sued as well. By whom you ask? Another rival tech company perhaps? Nope, it seems that Nokia is now the target of a class action lawsuit filed in New York by none other than their investors. It seems that these investors were a little upset when Nokia made the transition to Windows Phone which ultimately led to stock prices dropping, amongst other things (issues with the Nokia Lumia 900 at its launch was another contributing factor). According to the lawyers of Nokia?s investors: (more…)By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Nokia sues HTC, RIM and ViewSonic for allegedly infringing upon 45 of its patents, Nokia and HTC win in European patent case,
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It seems that the official Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the HTC EVO 3D has leaked out, which puts to bed all of the other previously leaked ROMs that were not legit in the first place anyway. Team Virtuous at RootzWiki were the ones who managed to get their hands on a leaked Virgin Mobile build, and with Sprint having confirmed recently that WiMax connectivity will be provided for their prepaid services, and the aged HTC EVO 3D will be the one to carry that particular torch. The latest official leaked build is the Android 4.0.3 with Sense 3.6, and if you have the intestinal fortitude to give it a go, you might want to make a firmware upgrade prior to flashing the ROM. Since we know that an official ROM is available, I would advise you to wait for the real deal to be released officially instead of relying on a leaked copy. After all, you can never be too safe these days.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: T-Mobile: HTC Sensation 4G Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update coming soon, HTC Vivid with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich runs a whole lot faster,