Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Now Reach Your Goals With Samsung Galaxy S

It was announced earlier by Samsung that they will be updating the Android 2.2 and it will be made available via Kies software upgrade program. In case you do not know what Kies is, it is an application for desktop that currently is made compatible with Windows. Now, this is good news as to date, almost all Android mobile phones have received their Android 2.2 updates. The Samsung Galaxy S on the other hand is the last of those Android mobile phones to ever receive the Android 2.2 or Froyo update. If you are an OSX user, then there is no need for you to worry, because you won't be left out.

The Korean manufactured who promised the black friday laptop deals S Android 2.2 (Froyo) update has finally arrived. Samsung via a press release announced that they official Android 2.2 (Froyo) update have started it current rounds of updates.

Because you are buying from a central website, their storehouses and supply chains are more efficient than regular stores. This makes them less likely to run out of stuff to sell. Just imagine wasting your time on a beautiful Galaxy S6 black friday sales morning simply because that particular gem you've been lining up for has gotten sold out 2 minutes right after the store opened. These things do happen, just like that event in a New York Wal-Mart store a year ago.

Hands up anyone that's never experienced being on the receiving end of HYPE! No hands? I thought so. We've all experienced over-enthusiasm, especially when and where $$$ are concerned. The prime example is the super-ultra over-the-top month-long (plus) from which I cannot escape hype of all things Christmas. I asked a staffer at a local supermarket why we (staff and customers alike) were being saturated with in-store Xmas music. Well the obvious answer was to get those customers in the proper Xmas spirit and mood, which translated, meant customers spending, spending and spending their money in the staffer's store (helping of course to keep staffers employed).

Update: We are seeing people skeptical of the information above and, well, we agree! We have a hard time believing it ourselves which is why we put "may" in the title. It's very possible that the Best Buy representative was passed incorrect information and this $20 offer is for something like "Halo: Reach" or "Halo Wars" instead. We'll keep an eye out for any additional information that may confirm or contradict the information that was provided to us.

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