Verizon delays Samsung Galaxy S III availability for two days


One of Samsung’s finest product is their Galaxy S line and right now, the third generation which is the Samsung Galaxy S III has been made available around the world. In the United States, one carrier that will be selling this device is Verizon but instead of the scheduled availability date of July 10th, the product was hold back two days which is on July 12th.

For many, two days might not make a lot of difference but it does make people more anxious to get their hands on this device, especially for those that have really been looking forward to get their hands on this device. The reason on which this is happening is unknown but nevertheless, the two days hold up won’t be very long for most people. In addition to that, those that wants to get their hands on this device can still pre-order it on Verizon’s website.

The Samsung Galaxy S III is one of the best smartphones in the market today. Sporting a quad-core processor, a 4.7-inch Super AMOLED HD screen and some other exciting feature, it is to no surprise that many people wants to get their hands on this device. For Verizon users, the price tag of this device starts at only $199.99.

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