Samsung Galaxy S3 preorders shoot to the Amazon Germany top, O2 and Vodafone confirm they'll carry it

Samsung Galaxy S3 preorders shoot to the Amazon Germany top, O2 and Vodafone confirm they'll carry it
That preorder page for the Samsung Galaxy S3 at Amazon Germany? Well, it has apparently attracted the attention of so many customers, that the yet-unannounced handset shot to the top of smartphone sales there.

Priced at 600 EUR without carrier subsidies, Amazon lists it with a 12MP camera and a 4.7" Super AMOLED display. Moreover, it is referred to as the Samsung Galaxy S3, confirming once again the titling that we saw as keywords in the new Samsung  Unpacked 2012 app.

Besides the unlocked version that Amazon Germany is selling, rumor has it that the Galaxy S3 saw 10 million preorders by carriers worldwide already, with some South African telcos spilling the beans that they are expecting to stock it up in June, which seems more and more probable, considering the launch is as soon as next week.

O2 just confirmed in a tweet today that it will also be carrying "The Next Galaxy", which is how Samsung refers to the phone in its Unpacked event invitations and the teaser videos that were outed yesterday.

Yesterday, Vodafone was also spotted to bring up a teaser page for the next Galaxy, making it the first carrier to officially announce it will carry whatever Samsung has in store for us come May 3 in London.

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