Samsung has let the new Galaxy S3 out of the bag, and by the looks of it, it is going to be the phone of the summer. If you can’t wait to get your hands on the newest Samsung flagship, then the good news is that you probably won’t have to wait too long. The Galaxy S3 will be launching first in Europe, followed by Asia, North America, and other parts of the world.
The Galaxy S3 will launch in Europe on May 29th. The Verge believes that the 32GB model will be a Vodafone exclusive. Although Samsung didn’t provide a specific launch date for the United States, it will almost certainly receive the new Galaxy before the end of June. India and other important Asian markets are also expected to receive the Galaxy in end of May or early June. In all, the Galaxy S III will be launching in 145 countries with well over 200 partners. US and Japan will receive 4G versions, while the rest of the world will receive 3G ones. Samsung didn’t disclose how much consumers will have to shell out for the new Galaxy S III, but it definitely won’t come cheap.
Update: The unlocked Galaxy S3 will cost £499.95 in the UK.