Amazon Wireless slashes the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S III price

Amazon Wireless slashes the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S III price
The AT&T HTC One X isn’t the only hot deal you can get from Amazon Wireless this weekend. The widely popular Samsung Galaxy S III on Sprint is also privy to a massive price break.

Right now, new Sprint customers who sign a 2-year contract can pick up the 16GB, pebble blue variant of the Galaxy S III for just $119.99. Considering it launched a little over a month ago at $199.99, this is a smokin’ deal.

Unfortunately, those looking to upgrade aren’t able to get the same savings, rather they can scoop up this handset for $149.99. Also, we have to note that there doesn’t appear to be a listing for the 32GB variant or a marble white version.

If all this sounds good to you, you can head on over to Amazon Wireless in the source link below to pull the trigger on this deal.

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Galaxy S III Sprint
  • Display 4.8" 720 x 1280 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 1.9 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus, Dual-core, 1500 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 2100 mAh

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8 Comments

1. Ravail

Posts: 182; Member since: Oct 14, 2011

I wonder if it till be down to $99 by November on AT&T. :)

2. darkkjedii

Posts: 30778; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

If it is I'm getting one since I sold my unlocked one.

3. Tre-Nitty

Posts: 470; Member since: Nov 16, 2010

All android devices go on sale quickly. The sgs3 will be $99 by September. It's a gift and a curse with android devices. They lose value quickly but you can get an awesome device for basically nothing with a slight bit of patience. The only android device that seems to be holding retail value strong is the Note. Good for consumers either way!

4. ardent1

Posts: 2000; Member since: Apr 16, 2011

Since Samsung, HTC, etc don't control the android OS, they are forced to compete on hardware specs resulting in short-lived models. It's almost like every three month, you get a cutting edge flagship model from one of the android OEMs.

5. 305Bucko

Posts: 506; Member since: Aug 07, 2011

This is true. However, most of these phones are made with cheap plastics. Im not an Apple fan but you do have to give them one thing, their craftsmanship is of the highest caliber. I think thats why they wait like 2 years before coming out with a new version. Android phones are far more advanced than iOS, yet the build quality is almost disposable. Samsung always has flimsy plastics. HTC does use aluminum and better quality materials. Motorola uses good materials too, however, Id like to see these companies stick to a form factor and use the best quality materials, only then will they not have to come out with a new design every 6 months.

6. Owlet

Posts: 450; Member since: Feb 21, 2011

You mean, if Samsung, HTC and Motorola have better materials, we won't see new Android phones every 3 months anymore? It just doesn't make any sense. And iphones are very fragile being made from glass. Is that the best of craftsmanship? BTW, glass is not very expensive.

8. 305Bucko

Posts: 506; Member since: Aug 07, 2011

Gorrilla glass is more expensive than plastic. Yes it does break, but when I go to a fancy restaurant Id rather have porcelain plates than plastic plates. Metal utensils than disposable. Not being a troll here, and AGAIN not hatin' on Android, but I would want my next Android device to be something a little more exotic. Motorola is on the right track. The RAZR lines are awesome craftsmanship.

7. BDW2008

Posts: 25; Member since: Mar 30, 2011

thats right samsung just keep selling these galaxy phones until their are no more apple phones in existence because android 2.3 was more advance then ios 6 will be

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