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Samsung announced on Monday that its 2012 Android flagship smartphone will be available from five U.S. carriers this month, with prices starting at $199. Soon after that, we saw Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T and U.S. Cellular announce their own Galaxy S3 versions alongside availability details for each carrier. In case you’re interested in buying the Galaxy S3 in the US but you’re not sure what carrier to pick, then we got you covered, as we’ll tell you everything you need to know before making the purchase. What you get? The Galaxy S3 offered by the five carriers is identical to…

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You’ve seen the leaked pictures of Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy S3 to help quench your gadget thirst before. But amidst the good news that you’d be able to pre-order your Samsung Galaxy S3 from the carrier starting today, on June 6, you may want to dial down the excitement a bit as the phone apparently won’t be delivered to your doorstep until next month. Droid-Life has heard from several sources that Verizon would only ship the Galaxy S3 no early than July 6, with some even mentioning that July 9 would be the delivery date. Especially for the latter, it appears…

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Samsung seems to have learned its lesson after the worldwide release fiasco of the Galaxy S2, a phone that needed over four months to spread from Europe to America. This time around, Samsung is doing a great job to put the new S3 (almost) simultaneously up for sale in as many parts of the world as possible. Until now, Samsung’s new flagship has hit 28 countries across Europe and the Middle East, as well as Australia and has been confirmed as coming to the US and Canada in around two weeks. China is next on the list of confirmed countries to…

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The waiting might have been frustrating for some US tech fans, but you are now officially one step closer to getting the Samsung Galaxy S3. Sammy’s new flagship can now be pre-ordered from the nation’s three biggest carriers, as well as from Best Buy’s retail stores. Sprint has been the first American carrier to accept S3 pre-orders and the good thing about the network’s offering is that you can get both the Pebble Blue and Marble White models in 16 and 32 GB versions. The 16 GB Galaxy S3 can be pre-ordered at this link and will cost you $199.99 with a…

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Verizon already announced launch details for its own Galaxy S3 version. Starting today, the phone is available for pre-order, with subsidized pricing staring at $199.99 for the 16GB model. The carrier is also going to sell the handset for full retail price, starting at $599.99 to those customers not interested in inking a new contract with Verizon. However, the bad news for buyers that want to purchase the Verizon Galaxy S3 is that the carrier will only launch the device at some point in early July, at least according to recent reports. Meanwhile, Sprint and T-Mobile have already confirmed that…

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You’ve already got the lowdown on Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy S3 yesterday. As reported, the carrier will be selling the 16GB model of the flagship phone for $199, while the 32GB one will go for $249 — both on a 2-year contract. The launch date isn’t the only thing that’s missing for now, as customers of the Big red may also be wondering what the full retail price of the Samsung Galaxy S3 is going to be. Knowing the retail price of the phone is important for them, because it might be the only way to maintain their unlimited data plan…

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After using the Samsung Galaxy S3 as my primary mobile device for a couple of days now, I’m quite confident to say that Apple has all the reason to be wary of Sammy’s latest flagship device. The Galaxy S3 definitely has what it takes to pull the iPhone 4S down any given mobile tracking charts. In both design and performance the Galaxy S3  can easily match up what the iPhone 4S has been offering. And we all better accept that, regardless of whether we are sitting on the Android or iOS bench. As an example of how hot of a…

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By now, every Android fan in the U.S. knows that the Galaxy S3 is coming to five carriers this month – Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular – and we have already shown you what you need to know about each of the five Galaxy S3 offers. But what’s really worth mentioning (and somewhat surprising for us) is the fact that Samsung has finally managed to beat carriers at their own game. Instead of custom Galaxy S3 versions for U.S. carriers we have a unified design that’s available in all international markets. Instead of custom names for the Galaxy…

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The abundance of Galaxy S3 US pricing and availability news we reported on yesterday was almost overwhelming, but there are still things to be announced. We know that AT&T and Verizon will start taking pre-orders for the phone on June 6, while Sprint and T-Mobile will be releasing it on June 21. After all the major carriers revealed their plans for Samsung’s flagship, US Cellular has decided to lift the veil and announce the first official bits and pieces about the S3’s availability. The nation’s sixth largest wireless telecommunications network will start taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S3 on June 12,…

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We’ve been suspecting for a while that Samsung’s new Galaxy S3 will come to all major US carriers in June, so it came as no surprise when hearing from Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile yesterday on the handheld’s availability and pricing. However, AT&T, the nation’s second major wireless service provider, delayed for some reason its announcement on the S3’s availability. But AT&T has come forward with the much awaited announcement. Furthermore, the carrier has a nice surprise for its faithful customers, as it will be the only US provider to sell a red Galaxy S3. That’s right, folks, AT&T will be selling…