As ubiquitous as wireless printing has become, there remains the occasional hoop to jump through for printing from mobile devices if you don’t happen to have either a special app or iOS gear that supports AirPrint. HP and Samsung are teaming up to remove many of the headaches for the Galaxy S 4: when the phone launches in April, it should have setup-free WiFi printing to almost 200 HP inkjets and LaserJets, as long as any given printer is either on the same network or is otherwise accessible through direct printing. Don’t expect ubiquitous support, though. Beyond being limited to the one phone, you’ll have to stick to some of its preloaded apps, including the browser, contacts, email client, photo gallery, Polaris Office and S Note. It’s far from a truly universal solution, then, but the two partners are at least promising zero-setup printing on both the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II through firmware updates coming later in 2013. We’ll take the approach if it saves time snagging an old-fashioned boarding pass or some concert tickets.
Source: Android Police