Samsung Galaxy S3′s 30 Million Units Sold

According to Samsung they have sold 30 million Samsung Galaxy S3 units since its launch. Information came via Samsung Poland’s Facebook page where they confirmed it. A couple of months ago, 20 million sales mark was reached by Galaxy S3. These new numbers have outpaced Galaxy S and Galaxy S2 sales records.

Samsung is catching up fast by integrating latest features in its smartphones and people are actually liking to buy big screen phones now. Even yesterday Samsung outed Galaxy Note II sales stats also which has sold over 2 million units until now.

So now Galaxy S3 is an old thing and people might pick Nexus 4 now instead of Galaxy S3 (personal views). Samsung is now focusing on next big thing and also known as galaxy S IV. So let’s wait and watch what comes out of it.

Check out our review and you can buy Samsung Galaxy S3 from our Store also for INR 33499.

Share your views about what you want in next Galaxy S IV via comments.

Samsung Unveils New Breed Of Windows 8 Ultrabooks, Tablets

Every manufacturer is now looking for Windows 8 as its official release is near, even you can now pre-order windows 8 for upgrade. Samsung shows off their new breed of Windows 8 Ultrabooks and Tablets in New York. Samsung America consumer electronics head, Tim Baxter, says:

Tablets and smartphones are ushering in a new era of computing mobility. New categories will arise as a result of this.

Samsung’s Windows 8 Ultrabook lineup begins with Series 5 Ultra Touch which is starting from $809.99 for core i3 processor while 13.3-inch Series 5 Ultra Touch, which boasts a touch screen with Intel Core i5 edition will cost $860. Check out table below for more information on other products that Samsung showed off today:

Samsung ATIV Smart PCs (hybrid laptop/tablets)

ATIV Smart PC Pro 700T — $1,200
ATIV Smart PC 500T — $750 (with keyboard) / $650 (without keyboard)

Samsung Mobile PCs (laptops)

Series 9 Premium Ultrabook — $1,400 (15 inch), $1,300 (13 inch)
Series 7 Notebook — $1,100 (15 inch)
Series 5 Ultra Touch (13.3-inch touch screen laptop) — $860 (Core i5), $810 (Core i3)
Series 3 Notebook — $450 – $900 depending on configuration

Samsung All-in-One PCs (desktops)

Series 7 All-in-One — $1,700 (27 inch); $1100 (23.6 inch)
Series 5 All-in-One — $800 (21.5 inch)

Readers if you are waiting for Windows 8 machines then add these devices to your list as they’re powered with powerful hardware and software as we know (Windows 8).

So how many of you are going to upgrade their machines to Windows 8?

Samsung Galaxy Camera Heading To India In November

Samsung is preparing to launch its recently revealed Samsung Galaxy Camera in India in November. Samsung spokesperson at the launch event of Galaxy Note 2 in India made this information official. Samsung Galaxy Camera is powered by hardware which is more powerful than iPhone 4s. We are talking about Galaxy Camera a lot because it is the first camera from Samsung and Second camera after Nikon in the world that runs on Android.

Currently it runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean which is not even currently loaded onto the best Android Smartphones but this Galaxy Camera has it. I think you guys already know the features of Android 4.1 along with Google Now and Project Butter.

It has 16 megapixel snapper which has 10 image capture modes and can record videos at 120fps rate with 720×480 pixel resolution. It is packed with F2.8 and Focal Length of 23mm lens along with 21x optical zoom. There is 1,650mAh battery to capture your moments with the camera without any problem. For more information about Galaxy Camera you can head over to here.

Galaxy Note 2: New arrival

Samsung today launched its new Phablet – Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in India. The much talked about ‘Phablet’ was launched at the IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung) 2012 in the capital of Germany, Berlin on August 29, 2012. Samsung’s new offering will cost you around INR 39,450 but don’t worry you will get discounts from our Store. You can order Galaxy Note 2 from MirchiMart here.

Coming onto Galaxy Note 2 features:

  • 1.6GHz quad core Exynos 4412 processor
  • 5.5-inch SuperAMOLED touchscreen, 1280×720 resolution
  • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (could launch with Android 4.0 ICS and then later upgrade to v4.1)
  • 8 MP, autofocus, LED flash
  • 1.9MP front camera
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16/32/64 GB storage
  • 3,100mAh Battery

Again Samsung powered this new Galaxy Note 2 with powerful hardware. It runs on Android 4.1 which is awesome on its own. Galaxy Note II will be shipped on first-come-first-serve basis for those who have booked it in advance, depending on timing for completing the full payment. So now wait and watch how Indians love this device and how much too.

Are you going to own it or not?

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean rolls out for International Galaxy S III

The owners of Samsung galaxy s3 starts reviving  the official android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Samsung has released its Android 4.1 kernel source, and other open-source bits for the device. The code isn’t directly useful to regular Galaxy S3 owners but it should help community developers get more stable custom ROMs for the device.

This is undoubtedly great news for I9300 owners, some of the responses to this release seem to suggest that it isn’t particularly polished for an official release and contains many of the bugs present in the last leaked version. The software update includes the improvements from the latest version of Android like project butter , Google now, new settings tray and two home screen modes, etc.

Security Flaw Discovered For Samsung Android Phones

If you are using Samsung Android, then this Article is for you. Security Researcher revealed a vulnerability which can wipe out your entire data which means can reset your phone. Researcher, Ravi Borgaonkar at Ekoparty security conference in Argentina demonstrated the vulnerability overnight.

See Demo below:

A simple USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) code – renders the phone inoperable by sending a website, QR code, NFC transmission or push SMS message to the device. These connectivities can reset the Galaxy S III or indeed other Samsung handsets. Once the process of resetting gets started, you can’t abort it by any way.

How To Check Is your Samsung Android Phone Vulnerable or not? Follow Below Steps:

1.Visit this link through your phone’s Web browser.

2. If your phone’s dialler pops up and shows a number, your phone isn’t affected and there’s no need to worry.

But if it Shows IMEI number then your phone is vulnerable.

Then you need to download TelStop App from Google Play Store until official patch or fix from carrier or company. To test again you need to visit above link again and select TelStop when asked to select. If all things are correct than you will get warning of malicious code.

So have you checked if your Android Phone affected with USSD Security flaw or not?