Samsung is eager to get its phones updated to the latest and greatest version of Google's mobile OS.
Samsung has rolled out an update for its Galaxy S III, but instead of adding functionality, it takes some away.
Just as predicted, Samsung's latest and greatest smartphone has reached 10 million unit sales.
During the second quarter of 2012, it's believed Samsung sold more than 6.5 million Galaxy S III phones.
So how successful has Samsung's newest Android phone been?
The T-Mobile version of Samsung's Galaxy S III will be the most expensive in the US.
Samsung's hoping to give near field communication (NFC) a whole new set of applications by offering what it calls TecTiles alongside the Galaxy S III.
Samsung's newest phone may have generated a lot of buzz, but it doesn't win this latest test.
If you're on Verizon, you can lock down your order of the phone that could be the new Android standard.
The Galaxy S III will go against the traditional mobile mold and soon be available on every major carrier in the US.
The Samsung equivalent of Siri is spreading throughout the entire Android community.
Samsung's Galaxy S III is already breaking pre-order records.
Surprise, surprise. Someone wants to take on Apple's digital voice-aware assistant.
It looks like Samsung's new Galaxy phone is living up to the hype.
Samsung has debuted its long-awaited Galaxy S III, a slick smartphone loaded with some truly sweet and stellar specs that is sure to make even the most diehard Apple iPhone fanboi slightly envious.
Samsung will not debut the Galaxy S III at this month's anticipated Mobile World Congress, so what will it debut?
The next evolution in Samsung's Galaxy brand will be unveiled within the next four months, but it won't happen this month.
Though 3D phones haven't made a huge splash yet, Samsung is hoping that will change in its next evolution of the Galaxy brand.