Quite possibly one of the most anticipated phones this year, right behind the iPhone 5, the Samsung Galaxy S III will be coming to five U.S. carriers, Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, and US Cellular. This is great news to those looking forward to the next generation smartphone and part of Samsung's plan to make the Galaxy S III available to just about everyone within the same time frame.
Here's the details below on when the phone will be available on each carrier and how much it will run you...
AT&T: At the time of this post, they haven't announced any dates or pricing, though this is likely to change here very soon. They're just a bit behind the announcement so to speak.
Verizon: Available for pre-order June 6th at 7AM online. 16GB for $199.99, 32GB for $249.99 on a two year contract. Expected to be in stores around the 20th.
T-Mobile: They haven't said if they will offer pre-orders or pricing, but it's likely the Galaxy S III will go for the same price as on other carriers. Will be available in stores June 21st.
US Cellular: Pre-orders starting June 12th, 16 and 32GB version, the 16GB version available in both colors, the 32GB version available in just white. Pricing also announced the day of pre-orders.
Sprint: Available June 21st, same pricing as Verizon. Pre-orders to go live June 5th.
For pretty much anyone in the USA, if you want the Samsung Galaxy S III, you'll be able to get it this month. This launch will be pretty impressive and considering the buzz that it's been getting, could be Samsung's best selling smartphone yet. Not that they weren't doing well before.