KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Manning Cup champions Jamaica College (JC) are also the 2013 Olivier Shield champions, the pinnacle of local schoolboy football, defeating St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) 2-0 at the National Stadium Saturday afternoon, and 5-0 on aggregate.
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SAMSUNG Electronics, a global leader in digital media and digital convergence technologies, today announced that the Galaxy SIII smartphone has achieved 20 million unit-sales in just 100 days since its debut in May 2012.
As Samsung's most successful smartphone to date, the Galaxy SIII has set a new record, generating sales quicker than any of its predecessors.
Designed for humans and inspired by nature, the Galaxy SIII is a revolutionary smartphone that delivers a uniquely personalised and intuitive user experience.
It includes a generous 4.8 inch HD Super AMOLED display for a stunning viewing experience, and a variety of powerful camera features that ensure all moments are captured easily and instantly. Samsung Galaxy SIII uses intelligent software that responds interactively to your face, gestures and voice.
It also sports a range of additional features that boost performance and the overall user experience in entirely new ways, including Smart Stay, S Beam and All Share Cast.
"The Galaxy SIII has enjoyed tremendous attention and popularity since its launch in May, and we are thrilled with its success," said JK Shin, president and head of IT & mobile communications division at Samsung Electronics. "I would like to express my sincere appreciation to customers who have chosen the Galaxy SIII. We will never stop providing the latest smart mobile technologies to help users live an extraordinary life ."
The Samsung Galaxy S III
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