Saturday, June 9, 2012

Release Dates of Samsung Galaxy S3 Revealed

Samsung Galaxy S3
Samsung Galaxy S3
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It may be possible for an unlimited data plan to be offered by two US-based carriers for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3.

The Android 4.0-powered smartphone is expected to be offered by all US-based major carriers within the month. The continued emergence of reports on this upcoming smartphone has resulted to increased anticipation among US consumers even as it has been released in numerous markets around the world.

Sprint and T-Mobile will be offering the Samsung Galaxy S3 by June 21 while AT&T has reportedly announced that the upcoming Android 4.0-powered smartphone will be released by June 18.

The Verizon version of the Samsung Galaxy S3 will reportedly become available in the US market by July 9. Reports have also hinted at a possible June 28 release of the upcoming device through Best Buy.

It also appears that current subscribers of Verizon who have subscribed to the unlimited data plan of the carrier will be receiving some good news in connection to the upcoming smartphone offering of Samsung. Subscribers who have pre-ordered the Samsung Galaxy S3 will reportedly have an option to port the unlimited plan into the upcoming Samsung smartphone.

Earlier reports had indicated that the unlimited plans of Verizon will be discontinued as its 4G plans are update. However recent reports have given indications that this may not be the case particularly with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3.

Aside from Verizon, Sprint may also offer an unlimited data plan for owners of the Samsung Galaxy S3.

Even as reports on unlimited data plans being offered for the Samsung Galaxy S3 have emerged, it appears that Apple has requested for an injunction against the latest smartphone offering of Samsung.

According to Apple, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is reportedly infringing on two of the patents that it owns. Whether the courts will grant the injunction or not remains uncertain although it simply shows that the conflict between the two manufacturing giants is far from being over.

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