U.S. sign-up page for the Samsung Galaxy S III up and running

U.S. sign-up page for the Samsung Galaxy S III up and running
Now that the Samsung Galaxy S III has been introduced by the Korean manufacturer, it is just a matter of finding out when the phone will be launched. On May 29th, the device will have a global rollout for the version with HSPA+ connectivity. In Japan, Korea and the U.S., the LTE version of the phone will launch later this summer although the U.S. launch is already planned for sometime next month. If you want to be the first on your block to own this beast, you should probably head over to the Samsung Galaxy S III sign-up page and deposit your email address with the tech titan.

Under carrier preference, you will note a fairly large representation of Stateside mobile operators including the major four. Don't get too excited if your carrier is on the list because Samsung has put up these sign-up sites before and included the same list of carriers. For example, the same list accompanied last year's sign-up page for the Samsung Galaxy S II and the device originally launched on only three of the carriers (T-Moble, Sprint and AT&T) before being added to US Cellular's lineup.

If the Samsung Galaxy S III has you all hot and bothered and you can't think about anything else, you are the demographic that Sammy is looking for. Just shoot them your email address and they will be more than happy to send out enough emails to fill your inbox with information on "The Next Galaxy". To get to the Samsung Galaxy S III sign-up page, click on the sourcelink.

source: Samsung via Engadget

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Galaxy S III
  • Display 4.8" 720 x 1280 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP / 1.9 MP front
  • Processor Samsung Exynos 4 Quad, Quad-core, 1400 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 2100 mAh(11.60h 3G talk time)

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17 Comments

1. zaryab_hussain77

Posts: 104; Member since: Jun 30, 2011

Design matters alot for me.so ill go for htc one x

5. cepcamba

Posts: 717; Member since: Feb 27, 2012

The Galaxy S3 was not what I expected it to be. I don't know if it's just me but I somehow find it lacking. I was so hyped for this phone, maybe that's why I got disappointed. Sure the Galaxy S3 is a beast, benchmark-wise it's literally the fastest droid on the planet. The design is a matter of preference, so I'll hold my tongue on that. It's just that the Galaxy S3 wasn't what the Galaxy S2 was to the original Galaxy S. It really did feel like an incremental upgrade for me (with the exception of the soc), but maybe that's how Samsung wants it to be. Anyway, the Galaxy S3 is not on my wishlist anymore. I'm now choosing between the Xperia S and the One X. And the announcement of the Galaxy S3 is actually making me think of the Note too.

6. redrooster13

Posts: 110; Member since: Feb 20, 2012

If you wanna wait a little bit longer, I suggest waiting till June when Sony announces the Sony LT29i Hayabusa. It looks like it is one awesome phone.

11. cepcamba

Posts: 717; Member since: Feb 27, 2012

You know what? That's actually the new phone I'm anticipating. Even if it's just an Xperia S with an S4 chip I'd go with that, but rumors are saying its a lot more. Anyway, I'll be getting a smartphone by July (Note, One X, or Xperia S) then I'll just swap it out to a Hayabusa probably when it gets released (I'm guessing November/December) just in time for Christmas :)

13. redrooster13

Posts: 110; Member since: Feb 20, 2012

Well it's supposed to ship in Europe in July so I'm guessing the U.S. release will be late July - early October. I don't know if I can wait that long though. I'll see what they say in June and see if it gives a time frame for a U.S. release.

14. redrooster13

Posts: 110; Member since: Feb 20, 2012

Oh and I'm on AT&T, so there also should be a Atrix 3 coming soon.

18. InspectorGadget80 unregistered

Same here. But I'm getting the SONY iON or when SONY announce the HAYABUSA phone

2. aooep

Posts: 20; Member since: Apr 13, 2012

Pretty prompt on the sign-up page. Like the S3, but still going for the HTC Evo 4g LTE.

3. redrooster13

Posts: 110; Member since: Feb 20, 2012

Yes let me sign up so I can know asap how U.S. carriers plan on ruining this device.

4. zaryab_hussain77

Posts: 104; Member since: Jun 30, 2011

Well htc is giving beats audio,good design,tegra 3,imge sense camera..............samsung is giving everything execpt design..:'(

7. redrooster13

Posts: 110; Member since: Feb 20, 2012

At least the phones not a black rectangle. It has a micro-SD card slot up to 64 GB and a removable battery. So, what's not to like. P.S. I like HTC more than Samsung, because I've already been screwed over by Samsung a couple of times. However, the lack of expendable memory (plus only 16gb on AT&T One X) and no removable battery killed the One X for me. I'm looking at the S3 or quite possible the Sony LT29i Hayabusa.

9. androidornothing

Posts: 143; Member since: Apr 26, 2012

Ok whoever thinks One X looks better is ***. It's basically a thinner evo 4g and there is no inspiration in it. The GSIII is beautiful and it's thin profil makes it so comfortable not to mention the comfortable round edges. Wait till you actually see the phone in real world and you guys can see how sexy it is.

10. Jericho unregistered

optimus lte2 has been unleashed with 2gb ram.

12. cepcamba

Posts: 717; Member since: Feb 27, 2012

Yeah, 2GB is nice. Kudos to LG for releasing such a device first. Though like quad-cores, we can't fully utilize such power yet.

15. Lboogey6

Posts: 281; Member since: Jan 31, 2012

I'm sorry but anyone disappointed is an idiot have you seen what the phone is capable of??? Y'all don't make sense OK no its not what was expected but its features are amazing HTC has nothing on this phone besides "design" I need one feature that's better

16. androidrockzz

Posts: 51; Member since: Feb 04, 2012

True... this phone is THE PHONE.and will be.....

17. Lboogey6

Posts: 281; Member since: Jan 31, 2012

thank you

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