The well-reviewed Samsung Galaxy S III continues to be in the news with updates, new release dates and security measures. The most interesting is that now Samsung is calling the iPhone 5, old-fashioned by showing a corny mom and dad waiting in line in San Francisco to buy the iPhone 5, who look kind of "old- iFartish."
The Polish version the Samsung Galaxy S III is receiving an update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. No release dates for the U.S. versions have been set, yet. Some contend that Samsung is testing it in Poland first before pushing out to Europe and the rest of the world. The U.K. version may get an update as early as October.
Samsung said that Samsung Galaxy S III is safe from the threat of the factory-reset hack that through Samsung TouchWiz can remotely wipe the data on the phone, via websites called the "USSD code issue."
Prepaid carrier MetroPCS will release the Samsung Galaxy S III in October. MetroPCS online is showing s splash page for the Samsung Galaxy S III that offers registration to win a Samsung Galaxy S III and contest to win one. MetroPCS recently launched ads for its limited offer of unlimited 4G LTE data for $50 a month.
No price has been set for the Samsung Galaxy S III on MetroPCS. The most expensive smarpthone now on the MetroPCS network is the Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4g at $449, the SG S3 will cost at least that much or more.
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There's a new Samsung Galaxy S III commercial taking aim at the iPhone 5 saying the headphone jack is on the bottom of the iPhone 5. The cool young guy waiting in line is holding a place for his elderly mom and dad in San Francisco.
There's also a video about New York in the iPhone 5 line waiters can't use NFC to send playlists.