In recent days, came the rumor that Samsung cancel the 64GB version of Galaxy S III , because several European mobile operators allegedly dropped thumb orders for that model. However Koreans took to refute speculation .
Spokesmen for Samsung Android Central spoke and said that the smartphone will have its shiny version with 64GB storage but did not provide more details. They just said to be available during the second half, we are already traveling.
While the official statement was brief, it left some important points to note. “The distribution and availability [of Galaxy S III] may vary and are determined at the time of release” , reads an excerpt from the statement. This suggests that the 64GB version of the smart phone would be available only in select countries .
For this reason some European operators would be canceling orders of the Galaxy S III model with more storage available, but we are entering the field of assumptions. From the South Korean corporation did not provide more details so we will be attentive to any information.
Remember that Samsung Galaxy S III was officially launched in May at an event in London. The phone has AMOLED screen 4.8-inch Super, processor Exynos 4 Quad, 8-megapixel camera and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, among other features.
For some time the relationship between Sony and are more than heated Anonymous . Recall that the group of computer activists attacked several services belonging to the Japanese company, and also was charged mega-data theft PSN but its members were ordered to immediately deny their involvement.
hours ago Sony spokesmen returned to lead the guns against Anonymous, indicating “indirect responsibility” breach of PlayStation Network. And hacktivists did not sit with folded arms, as released a statement entitled “Let’s be clear. We are legion, but not us. You are incompetent Sony . id=”more-14933″>
On that note, which was published in the official blog of the activist group, hackers masquerading as Guy Fawkes launched a harsh criticism of the Japanese giant
. This is one of the translated fragments of text that Anonymous lists some points related to his indictment:
1 – Anonymous has never been known to perpetrate credit card theft [...].
2 – Many of our governments and corporations opponents have always lied to the public about Anonymous and their own activities [...].
3 – [...] Anonymous is a movement ironically transparent allowing reporters in our operating channels to watch us while we work.
4 – who has broken into the servers of Sony to steal information from credit cards and stop blaming a document clearly wanted Anonymous Anonymous was indicted by the digital theft significant history [...].
The text is long and in it are examples linked to other cases outside the Sony. The truth is that the accusations remain and at the moment is hard to know where this will end .
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