Galaxy S III Special Edition London 2012 Olympic Games. This rare Smartphone targeted those who like to collect Special Edition device.
There's nothing different from the hardware specification. The difference only lies in the design of the rear panel. Samsung made two designs, the flag of the United Kingdom and the British team's official logo in the 2012 Olympic Games, which is represented by the image of a lion's head with blue, red and white.
Galaxy S III Olympic Edition this will go on sale in United Kingdom, started August 1, 2012.
In addition to the two pictures, Samsung also designed the rear panel depicts a soldier guards the Kingdom, Union flag images are large and the atmosphere of the city of London in the perspective of the cartoon.
Mr. Linux Tablet : Google Nexus 7
The inventor of Linux, Linus Torvalds, welcomed between Google and Asus tablet named Nexus 7. Torvalds viewing Nexus 7 and publish on your Google account + hers. So far, Torvalds assess tablet sold 199 u.s. dollars are very positive.
He agreed with the decision and that no Google Asus accompanying camera back at Nexus 7, because in accordance with the price is relatively cheap. If Nexus 7 forced to wear the camera back, and keep it at a bargain price, dibanderol he predicts the camera application it will be "quite bad".
Torvalds praised Android 4.1 aka Jelly Bean, which comes with the graphics performance and smoother some small improvements, such as the widget's size can be set.
He preferred the look of the Android operating system which is plain. Torvalds didn't like the look of Android that has been modified by the manufacturer. As with TouchWiz, Samsung HTC with Sense, and Motorola with Motoblur. Display customization is done for the sake of differentiation between products.
"I think the tablet-sized 10 inch, that's great too. Size of 8.9 is better. But 7 inches is a lot better, "wrote Torvalds.
In conclusion, the man born December 28, 1969, 7 Nexus said had a solid design.
"If you don't like (or Android) tablet, I think Nexus 7 will change your mind," he added. With cheap prices and quality products, Torvalds assess this will drive consumers to buy them.