Samsung Galaxy S III launching on all 3 major carriers in China on June 9th

Samsung Galaxy S III launching on all 3 major carriers in China on June 9th

Samsung is eager to repeat the success it had with the previous Galaxy S smartphone and is therefore cornering mobile operators all around the world as we speak. Parts of Europe already got the Galaxy S III, while the U.S. citizens will get it later this month with 5 major carriers — including Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular — all preparing to offer their own variant of the device.

China won’t be left out of picture as well with Samsung announcing that it has scored deals with 3 major networks in the country – China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom. In other words, this means that the Korean company has both a TD-SCDMA and a CDMA version of the smartphone ready, alongside its traditional GSM variant. The day is set at June 9th which is like 2 days from now and as far as we know, you can start bugging your operator now, asking about all the details you need to know. Speaking of which [details], the price was not unveiled…

  • Anonymous

    Have they not made a black version? I have only seen pictures of blue and white phones

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