If you’ve been holding off on getting a Samsung Galaxy S III for any reason, now might be a good time to reconsider. The Galaxy S III is available on Sprint starting yesterday in a 32GB flavor for $249 with a two-year contract.
Yes, the 32GB version also naturally comes in either the pebble blue or marble white colors so you can stay inspired by nature even when you’re carrying around more storage. Plus, with the included microSD card slot that supports up to 32GB of additional memory, you can max out your Sprint Galaxy S III at a generous 64GB.
In related news, Sprint sells the 16GB Galaxy S III as well. Both were made available on the carrier. While other carriers got their hands on the device first, Sprint has been subject to a few delays along the way. The 16GB model normally sells for $199 with a two-year contract, but we spotted it for $149 at RadioShack as part of our Deal of the Day.
This is probably the best time so far to buy a Galaxy S III. Even though Samsung says sales will surpass 10 million units some time this month, the company might see a bump in sales right around now between the phone being added to Sprint’s lineup, the sale going on at RadioShack. Plus, the Galaxy S III might face possible legal action from Apple in the future over — you guessed it — patents, so it’s better to be safe than sorry.