Back during GDC 2012 ARM was present to show off their Mali chip by having some graphically heavy, and impressive, games on hand to demo. One of them is their in-house developed dune buggy racing game Timbuktu. Well ARM has decided to make another video to show everything off once more.
Tag: Galaxy S III
Today is the day the Samsung Galaxy S III comes to the United States. It’ll be available on all the major carriers eventually, but T-Mobile customers are among the first to purchase the phone. If you’re among the bunch that can’t wait to lay down a couple hundred bucks, you should know the GSIII from T-Mobile is more expensive than most smartphones.
Our friends over at AndroidNZ have put together quite the thorough video showing off all the connectivity features that you can do with the new Samsung Galaxy S III phone. While some of it is pretty standard, when it comes to gaming they also show off connecting an Xbox controller, PS3 controller and running FPSe, a bluetooth keyboard and more.
Our friends over at AndroidNZ went through and did a nice review of the Samsung Galaxy S III phone. When doing their reviews they also like to test out controllers, mostly because the crew over there happen to play a lot of Android games like we do. Good news is a few controllers work right out of the box.
It looks like the pre-orders for Samsung’s newest high-end Android phone, the Galaxy S III, has jumped the borders of the UK and are now available for U.S. residents to pre-order. Both the white and blue models are up on Amazon for pre-order at a cost of $799 and up.
While the rest of us here in the U.S. have to wait to get our hands on Samsung’s latest addition to the Galaxy line of Android phones, the Samsung Galaxy S III, UK residents can now begin pre-ordering it off of Amazon UK. The only difficult question you will be facing is what color you want.