The Samsung Galaxy S3 has been touted by some to be the next best thing since sliced bread and butter, but for those of us who can do nothing but look on in envy simply because our finances do not allow us to make that hardware upgrade? There is always the option of keeping our fingers crossed for a bag of money to just drop out of nowhere, letting us fulfill our immediate wants and desires in a jiffy. The other alternative? Hope that someone with enough programming mojo will port over the Samsung Galaxy S3 TouchWiz interface over to lower end devices, instead of making it the domain of high end smartphones and phablets only.
This time around, low-end Samsung smartphones from the Galaxy family will be able to enjoy the Samsung Galaxy S3 TouchWiz interface, where the handsets involved include the Galaxy Gio, Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Mini, Galaxy S and the Galaxy S Plus. No idea on release dates just yet, but bear in mind that the moment you flash a custom ROM on your smartphone, the warranty is as good as useless, so proceed with extreme caution and do remember to perform a backup of all your important data beforehand!
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