32GB Samsung Galaxy S III officially available at Sprint

32GB Samsung Galaxy S III officially available at Sprint

Well folks, it’s been a long time coming for Sprint to get the Galaxy S III. We’ve seen delays and more delays, but it’s finally here. You can now go drop $249 at Sprint for a brand new 32GB Samsung Galaxy S III (on a new contract, of course) and have it for yourself. According to Sprint’s website, these are the selling points for Sprint:

Who will love it: Galaxy S fans looking for a simplified and intuitive experience paired with Ice Cream Sandwich, a sleek design and ultimate sharing capabilities.

Why it rocks: Snap a burst of photos and pick the best to share with friends in real time. With S Beam, you can instantly transfer pics, music and more directly to another Galaxy S III. Want to stream your snapshots and videos to a TV? With AllShare, you can. When you need a little assistance, your personal, portable helper S Voice answers the call.

Work smarter: Power a small army with ample storage space and Wi-Fi support for up to 10 devices. Thanks to AllShare technology, your work files are accessible anytime, anywhere.

You can hit the source link to pick yours up online at Sprint’s website. Be sure to check out our review of the Galaxy S III, and let us know your thoughts on any of this in the comments below.

via sprint

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