Android developers can be ready for the release of the Samsung Galaxy S III if they work their fingers quickly because now they have access to the source code for this Samsung Galaxy S III for T-Mobile and AT&T.
This is good news for both developers and users because now programs can be developed for the Samsung Galaxy S III. Samsung wants developers to develop for its new phabulous phablets because it helps Samsung compete against the iPhone. Samsung has made available the core files needed for developers to develop apps for the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Samsung remodeled the developer website in October, last year. In February, Samsung introduced the S Pen SDK (Software Development Kit) 2.0, which enables developers to build applications that take advantage of the i pen found with Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Note. S Pen SDK 2.0 allows developers to make animation with recorded voice from the drawing.
New SDKs may also allow developers to develop the new features found on the Samsung Galaxy S III such as S Beam, S Pen, Smart alert, smart call, allshare cast and maybe even S Voice. We've got a call out to Samsung PR to find out what is in the SDK.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is the next big thing according to marketing and the latest reviews. Read starter tips. The Samsung Galaxy S III is wake up already in short supply. T-Mobile will release it to a select top metros first. Sprint has ended preorders and is admitting its SG S3 deliveries will be delayed anywhere from a few days to a week.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 will most likely will be the hottest smartphone of the summer. It will be promoted during the Summer Olympics in London. This Samsung announced a trade-in program, offering up to $300 for phones that were upgraded. Recently, we scoured the web for the best deals on preordering the SG S3.
Samsung in April announced the "Smart App Challenge 2012 for Samsung Galaxy Note and Tab" with over $4M in prices. Developer can upload apps until September 30, 2012 24.00 GMT.
If you want to keep your double data or unlimited data on Verizon Wireless, you can preorder the Samsung Galaxy S III as your last subsidized phone before the change over to shared plans on June 28 when you’ll have to pay full retail price for a phone if you want to keep your unlimited data plan. Read more details from Verizon Wireless’ spokesman.