Samsung unveiled its flagship Galaxy S III today and confirmed the Android handset will go on sale as early as May 29 in Europe. It will then make its way across the pond and land in the US sometime in June.
Carrier availability was not announced but Samsung said the phone will land on 296 mobile operators in 145 countries. Sources close to The Verge say Sprint is on board with the Galaxy S III in the US, and, based on earlier Samsung handset launches, the phone will likely debut with Verizon and AT&T, too. Pricing is another unknown that’ll be revealed when the availability date gets closer.