Yesterday, all four major USA carriers officially announced the Samsung Galaxy S III – one of the most anticipated Android devices to date. They all will be launching it soon
Verizon officially confirmed today that they will carrying the Samsung Galaxy S III, one of the most anticipated Android smartphones of 2012. It will be up for pre-order from June 6.
Amazon dropped us a note to advise that they’ve started offering the Verizon Galaxy Nexus for one penny (with a new two-year service agreement). According to the online retailer, this
The Galaxy Note is one of those devices you just can’t forget about, and it’s Samsung’s one of the best-selling devices ever, with around 7 million units sold so far.
AT&T has officially opened their sign-up page for the Samsung Galaxy S III. AT&T mentioned it’s coming soon, though they didn’t mention how soon. In other words, the cat is
First announced in January, the 4G LTE smartphone finally arrives in mid-June.
Not to be totally overshadowed by its competitors, AT&T is giving users a place to go for all things Galaxy S III.
Pre-sales begin June 12 at which point pricing will be revealed.
Priced at $199 (16GB), the Galaxy S III goes up for pre-order on June 5, with a launch date of June 21.
With no firm sale date, Verizon’s version of the Galaxy S III hits pre-orders next week.
Priced as low as $199, the Galaxy S III begins deploying later this month.
The first images of the Galaxy S III for T-Mobile indicate that nothing changes…on the surface.
As the newest Galaxy S model begins its world tour, Samsung reminds us how popular its predecessor are.
Apparently dissatisfied with the consumer interest in the Galaxy S III (we kid, we kid), Samsung has announced a new model for Korean carriers. As a successor to 2011’s Galaxy R, the