Samsung Galaxy S3 USA Release Date: Really Soon But Not With Verizon, AT&T Or Any Other Carrier
Ever since the Samsung Galaxy S3 made its debut at the beginning of this month in London, some people were a bit upset that the Europeans will get their hands on the device sooner than those who reside in the US. Fortunately for those who can’t live with the idea of waiting a couple of weeks to a month more than those living across the ocean, there’s a solution to get a hold of the Galaxy S3 at the same time with the EU citizens. Interested? Join us after the break.
Samsung Galaxy S3 Release Date in US
Tons of US retailers are now offering pre-ordering plans for the unlocked variant of the 16 GB Samsung Galaxy S3, with a shipping date of 29th / 30th of May, or 1st and 2nd of July. Prices start from $775 and what you’ll get for your money compared to the future-to-be-launched US variants is a quad-core Exynos CPU end evidently, no CDMA network compatibility. That being said, you’ll be stuck on 3G HSDPA networks, but so you should be able to make use of AT&T or T-Mobile’s 3G network.
However, I feel the need to point out that although nothing is certain yet, the US variants expected to be sold by the four major carriers –AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon (hit each link for more details)- might come with 2 GB of RAM much as the Japanese Galaxy S3, to compensate for the lack of a quad-core CPU.
In the end, the good thing is that we have lots of options to choose from. Would you rather get an unlocked SG3 sporting a quad-core chip but no 4G LTE as soon as it hits the European market, or will you wait for the carrier versions hoping for a considerable boost in RAM?
Until next time, we’d love to hear your opinion on the matter in the comment section below, and don’t forget to check out the Amazon website for information about pre-ordering the Samsung Galaxy S3 in the US.