The heavily anticipated Galaxy S III Android flagship has been officially launched today by the Korean mobile giant. This launch is Samsung’ s largest for a single product ever with a simultaneous launch across 28 countries. They plan to continue this widespread availability of its latest smartphone, saying it will be in stores in 145 countries and be made available on 296 carriers by July.
Today’s launch regions includes the United Kingdom, France, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Europe and the Middle East and Africa. However, those wanting the 32GB or 64GB editions will have to wait a little bit longer, today’s launch only covers the 16GB Pebble Blue and White versions. Even then this may not be the case as there have been widespread rumours of delays to the Pebble Blue version due to manufacturing issues with the rear cover.
Those situated in America will have to wait a little bit longer however, due to all the suffering Samsung is put through by the carriers the American launch won’t happen until June or July.
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