Yesterday, Samsung announced that its brand new flagship, the Galaxy S III, will hit Europe on May 29. Availability in the US will come some time in June - and you can now sign up for updates on the Samsung US web site.
The sign up page has a field where you can pick your carrier preference - there are the big players like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile but also, Metro PCS, US Cellular and C Spire Wireless.
The "carrier preference" title is intentionally vague - it doesn’t necessarily mean that the Galaxy S III will be available on those carries, Samsung is just gauging people's interest.
In some regions, the Galaxy S III will have LTE connectivity (and the US is a prime candidate). If you look closely at the official specs, you'll notice a note, saying the specs on the LTE version might differ.
There's speculation that this means a dual-core Krait CPU - that's what HTC and AT&T did with the HTC One X. Plus, Samsung has several US-bound Galaxy S II phones that use a Qualcomm chipset, so a Snapdragon S4 (those are the ones with Krait) isn't out of the question.
We'll have to wait some a few more weeks before Samsung releases official info on matters regarding launch dates, prices, carriers and chipsets for the US S III.
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ugly ugly ugly but beautiful hands lol
When it comes to hardware, apple is nothing in front of this device. Performance, free apps, looks, hardware confi, screen size, price, everything is hit with samsung. Apple not even stands around in comparison, except its quality of materials used. ...