Earlier this month Samsung finally unveiled Galaxy S III to the world. The event took place in London and was closely watched by millions of Android fans around the globe. Samsung’s next generation flagship Android device holds a lot of promise and is bound to generate steady sales once it’s officially made available to the public. Samsung had said that a phased release will take place, though the company itself is not accepting pre-orders as of now. However you can pre-order Samsung Galaxy S III from Amazon right now in either white or blue colour. Galaxy S III comes with a hefty price tag of $799.
It should be noted that the high price of Galaxy S III available for pre-order via Amazon is of the officially unlocked version. Price is this high because there’s no carrier subsidy added. Amazon has listed pre-order from several online retailers, however almost all of them are not that well known such as BLUTEKUSA and TechnoTradingHouse.com. Nevertheless don’t be afraid as Amazon provides substantial buyer protection by not accepting payments for pre-ordered products before they are actually shipped to the buyer.
So you can pre-order Samsung Galaxy S III from Amazon right now in either white or blue colour. Samsung is yet to unveil how the phased release of this device will take place around the world. In countries where Galaxy S III will be sold on contract with carriers, it might take long as certain carriers run their own tests before offering the device to their customers. Therefore pre-ordering an officially unlocked Galaxy S III is a good decision, but only if you’re not put off by the $799 price tag.
The Samsung Galaxy S III has to prove that it is better than it’s insanely popular predecessor, the Galaxy S II. Furthermore, Android buffs will also scrutinize how it stacks up against HTC One X. Galaxy S II packs a 1.4 Ghz Samsung Exynos quad-core processor coupled with 1GB of RAM. It has a 4.8 inch 720p Super AMOLED HD display that offers stunning graphics. There’s a 1.9 megapixel camera on the front and an 8 megapixel camera on the back for all your photography and video calling needs. There’s a big 2,100mAh battery to provide all the juice, much of which is required by 4G LTE connectivity. Initially only 16GB and 32GB variants of Galaxy S III will be shipped, but the company has said that the 64GB one will be added soon as well.