If you’re in the usa and are dying to obtain your hands on a Samsung Galaxy S III, Amazon comes to your rescue. However, you need to shell out quite a large sum for your privilege of being one of the first folks North America to hold and have fun with Samsung’s newest Android-powered flagship smartphone.

You can now pre-order a GT-i9300 Samsung galaxy s III, the internationally-selling version, for $799.99, either in blue or white. The blue version begins shipping on May 29, as well as the white the first is expected starting on June 1. You can even save a couple of bucks (though less than 20) by going with one of the non-featured merchants in Amazon’s Marketplace if you so wish.

The i9300 Galaxy S III is going to be fully suitable for AT&T’s HSPA network. Which means you will get 4G HSPA+ service wherever the carrier has it. However, you won’t get any LTE connectivity, because this model doesn’t come with that.

Furthermore, if you’re on T-Mobile, even HSPA is (sort of) out of reach, because the i9300 lacks support for that all-important (in TMo’s case) 1700 band. It's obvious that this device won’t focus on Verizon or Sprint, since it’s not really a CDMA phone.

So basically, if your carrier associated with preference is AT&T, you don’t especially take care of LTE data speeds, and want to have the Samsung galaxy s III as quickly as possible, you should probably just pre-order one now. Otherwise, the waiting game isn’t over as of this time.



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