They're coming in thick and fast now, these deals. Carphone Warehouse now offers the Galaxy S III free on a £28 contract and is throwing in 12 months of free broadband from TalkTalk. The contract is of course 24 months long, but I know some of you are into that kind of thing. Get the deal here.
This sucks. The pebble blue version of Samsung's Galaxy S III is delayed. Apparently Samsung noticed pretty late that the blue colour of the back panel on the Galaxy S III didn't match the blue on the front. Even though some had already been shipped to distributors, Samsung has recalled them in order to fix the problem. Personally I don't think a slight mismatch would have bothered me. I would have preferred that to getting the white one if I'm honest. Never mind. I would also rather have the white one now than wait the 2-3 weeks that GSMArena has quoted for the blue one. There are apparently a few correctly coloured pebble blue Galaxy S III's around but not many. It's safe to say that if you want one now you'll probably have to settle for the white one.
Vodafone has just announced a new offer on the Samsung Galaxy S3. That didn't take long! With voucher code: 3MHPLR, you get 3 months half price discount on line rental on 18 and 24 month packages. They'll also buy your old phone back from you (up to £300 worth) AND if that's not enough, they're also offering unlimited data for the first 3 months. Why? So you can figure out how much data you really use & need. I bet it's not as much as you think. Pretty good idea if you ask me. Get the discount deal here! Voucher code: 3MHPLR.
There are only a few days left before the Samsung Galaxy S3 is available, in the UK at least. However, if you're as keen and impatient as us, you'll probably want to cast your eyes upon the user manual now. Lucky for you, the Galaxy S3 manual has made an appearance. Click here to feast on it. Thanks to SamMobile.
Impatience is a virtue that has been paying off recently with all these Galaxy S3 leaks. Flipboard is a fantastic news/article reading app that Samsung arranged to have released on Android along with the Galaxy S3. Sadly for Samsung perhaps, but happily for us, the Flipboard installation file has been leaked. It's truly so simple, I love it.
Get the installation file from XDA-Developers here. If you haven't got an account set up, just open the app, ignore the sign-in section and just choose the genres of articles you're interested in. You'll then be able to create a new account, should you so wish, by tapping the red ribbon at the top of your personalised Flipboard.