If you've been waiting to get your Galaxy S3 or you know someone who's been waiting, now's the time. Sure, it's a 24 month contract which I've never been a big fan of, BUT for £29 per month, you get "All-you-can-eat" data, an accessory pack, the Samsung Galaxy S3 of course, 500 minutes, 5000 texts, and the handset costs you a mere £19. That's not bad going.
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The dumb phone is near enough dead and the smart phone can do all sorts of clever tricks. Whilst your Galaxy S3 runs Android, it doesn't stop there - take Linux for instance. In fact someone over on XDA-Developers, who is even cleverer than your smart phone has put together some instructions on how to load Linux on your Galaxy S3. It's not for the faint of heart, but if this is your kind of thing and you wanna get your hands dirty, click here for the details.
It has just come to my attention that Swype has released a new Beta version of their fantastic keyboard, and THIS time, the installation on my Galaxy S3 went ahead without a problem. If you previously used one of the options we gave you, you'll need to uninstall Swype from your S3 first and then go to download the new installer from the Swype website. There is something smoother about this version, and the trail has been given an extra fading gradient sort of animation.
Not one to just sit back and watch all 9 million pre-orders find homes, Samsung is now pushing the Galaxy S3 at business users in the USA. The Galaxy S3 will be certified for use as a business phone as part of Samsung's SAFE program (Samsung Approved for Enterprise). What's more they're launching a trade-in program for those of you upgrading to the Galaxy S III. Your secrets are safe with Samsung. That sounds like a tagline.
If you're a bit of an Android fanboy/girl you'll no doubt be familiar with CyanogenMod. Basically it's an opensource firmware replacement that's clean and designed to boost performance. Loads of handsets are supported and the Samsung Galaxy S3 has joined the ranks. These are early days, so don't expect a bug-free experience - but for those hard-core CyanogenMod fans, you can click here for installation files and instructions.