The Samsung Galaxy S3 is the most eagerly anticipated smartphone of the year to date, however, Samsung fans in the United States are continuing to be frustrated at the delays and pre-order backlogs. The smartphone has already been released in other parts of the world, which is frustrating in itself for American customers, but further delays have disappointed users even more.
The highly anticipated U.S. shipment of the Samsung Galaxy S3 may be delayed by two major carriers. If rumors are true, then Sprint and T-Mobile may have to push their shipment dates back due to the high demand for the phone. The extreme popularity of the phone may mean that some Sprint and T-Mobile customers may have to wait a bit longer. According to Sprint, they will have the 16GB Galaxy S3 in stock to deliver to customers on June 21 but for those who were hoping to purchase a 32GB phone wil...
Samsung is set to launch an enterprise-enabled version of its new Galaxy S3 smartphone, with a release date being touted for as early as July. The move will come in an effort to overturn Blackberry as the device of choice for most businesses. Although Blackberry has not been as successful in the general smartphone market and has fallen well behind Android and iOS platforms, it has successfully held on to a huge chunk of the business market. However, Samsung is looking to change all that.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 can now be purchased by Sprint customers for just $179.99. The news will delight Sprint customers and Samsung smartphone lovers across America. The deal is being promoted by Wirefly, and offers Samsung's latest smartphone, the Galaxy S3 for just $179.99, when purchased under a 2 year contract on the Sprint network.
For those eager to get their hands on the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S3 on the Verizon network might have to wait one day longer. Sammy's latest handsets were slated to ship on July 9th but do to some delays, the release date has been pushed back to July 10th. Other US networks will start shipping the Galaxy S3 on June 21st. Despite Apple's effort to ban the device's launch in the US, the phone will be released on schedule for most of the other carriers.