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"I can confirm the screen is a 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED," a Samsung Mobile spokesperson said Monday. "More specs will be provided via the carriers."
Sprint Pre-Orders Begin Tuesday
Sprint said Monday that it would be pricing the 16 GB version of the Galaxy S III at just under $200.00, while the 32GB model costs $250 when users sign up for a new line or eligible upgrade and a two-year service agreement. The two models will be available for pre-order from Sprint beginning Tuesday.
Sprint also expects to be the only national U.S. wireless carrier to offer Galaxy S III preloaded with Google Wallet, which harnesses the power of near field communication (NFC) technology to enable smartphone users to make safe purchases at more than 100,000 participating retailers.
"Sprint is the only U.S. carrier to offer this device with the simplicity of unlimited data plans," said Sprint Vice President Fared Adib. "Our customers will appreciate being able to use the robust features and capabilities of this device without worrying about data caps, throttling or silly overage charges."
Posted: 2012-06-04 @ 6:33pm PT
Too bad it's only got the dual core for the US. Apple eat your heart out. I'm bringing home the unlocked quad core from Asia. I was a long time Nokia user but their latest update of Symbian Belle fixed that as it made my n8 worthless, now it's Android all the way. Go Samsung.