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Samsung Galaxy S III release dates, press shots

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 04 May 2012 0:41 User comments (5)

Samsung Galaxy S III release dates, press shots Earlier today, we reported on the hardware of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III.
The handset maker has listed the "carrier preference" list for the phone on its U.S. signup page, and although it has not been confirmed, the following carriers are listed: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, US Cellular, and C Spire.

Samsung says the device will hit Europe on May 29th and the U.S. and Canada "in June." In Europe the phone will be a Vodafone exclusive for the first 30 days.

More information on the SIII here: Here's the Samsung Galaxy S III

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5 user comments

14.5.2012 6:46

I been waiting so patiently for this phone. It's not the leap of cellular technology I was hoping for, but it's a start. I just can't figure out if it'd be wiser to wait a little longer.

24.5.2012 7:02

I'm a little bit disappointed by the design. I'll pass final judgment when i see it in the flesh though.


34.5.2012 15:03

Originally posted by pensfan12:
I'm a little bit disappointed by the design. I'll pass final judgment when i see it in the flesh though.
yeah exactly what im going to do as once ive played with it im going to decide if i should sell my gs2

44.5.2012 16:31

Originally posted by Mysttic:
I been waiting so patiently for this phone. It's not the leap of cellular technology I was hoping for, but it's a start. I just can't figure out if it'd be wiser to wait a little longer.
Take the lack of revolution as a blessing as the phone should be "reasonably" priced. This phone has a dope camera and HD display and quad core and that's way cool. Because of this, the price should still be affordable. That's what I'm looking for since I buy all my phones outright so I can stay on my same plan.

55.5.2012 10:16

God...what a f**king ugly phone...it looks like an old iPhone or something. I won't even feel bad for Samsung when Apple sues them for this one.



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