Details concerning Samsung's successor to its flagship Galaxy S II device have been confirmed on an Amazon Germany pre-order page. The Galaxy S III will be officially unveiled at an event in London on May 3.
Yesterday's introduction of Chrome for Android can only be described as very significant, with this significance extending to the fact that the new mobile browser, still in beta, does not support Adobe Flash.
Google and Samsung teamed-up early this morning in Hong Kong to unveil the first smartphone designed for Android 4.0 - the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich is the ninth release of Android and marks the third anniversary of the HTC Dream, the first ever Android phone.
In the latest platform versions report from Android Developers, Honeycomb, the tablet-only version of Android has scored disappointingly, accounting for only 1.8% of all Android devices. Compare this to Apple's 250 million iOS devices, substantially more than 1.8% of those are iPads.