Posts Tagged ‘Galaxy S3’
T-Mobile is the only major carrier in the US that doesn’t have an LTE network. Sure enough, it does offer 4G services, but they’re limited to HSPA+ 42Mbps. All this will change next year, when T-Mobile is going to launch LTE, obviously helped (financially) by its parent company, Deutsche Telekom. T-Mobile’s official goal is to roll-out its LTE network and cover roughly 100 million people by mid-2013. Thus, it could introduce quite a few LTE smartphones and tablets in the… Read more
Yesterday, July 6, AT&T has finally started selling the Samsung Galaxy S III, both online, and in brick-and-mortar stores. AT&T is the only major US operator to offer just the 16GB version of the S III. It’s asking $199.99 for it on contract, or $549.99 without commitment. The handset comes in white and blue now, but a red edition (exclusive to AT&T) will arrive sometime later. Until then, If you want to save 10 bucks, you can go over at Amazon… Read more
When and where to buy the Samsung Galaxy S III in the US: AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, US Cellular
Samsung made a splash earlier this week by announcing that its new Galaxy S III would be released in the US via no less than five mobile operators. Naturally, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile are among those operators. The fifth one is US Cellular.
Unlike it did with the Galaxy S and Galaxy S II (in 2010 and 2011, respectively), Samsung is taking a different approach with the launch of the S III Stateside: the phone’s design will be similar… Read more
The China Mobile-bound Samsung Galaxy S III that we’ve seen a few weeks ago will be officially released on June 6. This is what ePrice reports, also revealing that the smartphone’s model number is GT-i9308. Like most mid- or high-end handsets launched by China Mobile, the Galaxy S III i9308 will have TD-SCDMA connectivity. The rest of its features don’t differ from what we can find on the European i9300, including a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD screen, TouchWiz UI 4.0,… Read more
Like it happened with the Galaxy S II, the new Samsung Galaxy S III will have different designs around the world. Sure enough, until now Samsung has only showed one design — we’re certain you have seen it loads of times. But we’ve just spotted the first different one. The image below shows an S III version which, according to this Australian Mobile Phone Blog, will be introduced in South Korea.
We don’t know if the image is to scale.… Read more
It’s not the first time we’re hearing the Samsung Galaxy S III is going to be released by Verizon Wireless. And it makes a whole lot of sense for it to be offered by VZW, since it’s one of this year’s best Android smartphones. Naturally, Verizon will have its own customized version of the S III. Rumors have it that this version goes by the model number SGH-i535. Since the i535 has been benchmarked over at NenaMark just recently, we now know… Read more
We’ve no doubt that Samsung wants to sell more than 10 million Galaxy S III smartphones, to make the device at least as successful as the S II introduced last year. So it makes perfect sense for the South Korean chaebol to plan a launch in China — which has become the world’s largest smartphone market just recently. While Samsung didn’t confirm the arrival of the new Galaxy in China, the handset has been already spotted bearing the logos of two Chinese mobile operators:… Read more
Announced on Friday as Samsung’s newest flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S III will become available at the end of this month in Europe. It will obviously be released in the US, as well, but only starting June. While no US carrier confirmed it would offer the S III, we believe the big four (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile) will all have it, likely in different editions. A couple of weeks ago we’ve heard that Verizon would carry the new Galaxy… Read more