The Samsung Galaxy S III is one the way to Verizon’s 4G LTE network this month.
There is no official Galaxy S III release date on Verizon, but customers don’t need to wait long to pre-order the Galaxy S III.
Verizon announced that the Samsung Galaxy S III pre-orders will start June 6th at 7AM eastern online.
The Galaxy S III release date on Verizon is not available, but we expect that it will arrive around June 20th.
The Samsung Galaxy S III starts at $199 with a two-year contract for the 16GB model and $249.99 for the 32GB model. Verizon will offer the Galaxy S III in Marble White and Pebble Blue.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is the next version of Samsung’s popular Galaxy line of smartphones. The Galaxy S III has a 4.8 inch HD Super AMOLED display, a Snapdragon S4 1.5 GHz dual core CPU and 2GB RAM. The phone includes a Micro SD card slot.
The Galaxy S III is a 4G LTE smartphone, capable of connecting to Verizon’s large 4G LTE network at speeds 10 times faster than 3G. The Galaxy S III is capable of acting as a hotspot that connects up to 10 WiFi devices. Sadly the Double Data promotion is no longer available to customers who purchase the Galaxy S III.
The Galaxy S III includes an 8MP camera capable of taking 20 photos in burst mode and choosing the best shot to display. The phone includes a 1.9MP front facing camera tuned for video conferencing.
The Galaxy S III includes a bevy of software features designed to enhance the user experience and complement Android 4.0.
Check out S-Voice, the eye tracking Smart Stay and Motion gestures in the Samsung Galaxy S III video below.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is heading to all the major U.S. carriers in June, which provides an array of coverage, plans and pricing options.
Verizon offers a sign up page for more details on the Samsung Galaxy S III.
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