Android fans throughout the world have been waiting for the most powerful smartphone running Google’s mobile operating system for a long time. Recently Samsung finally uncovered the third generation Galaxy S smartphone with shocking features. There is no carrier not dreaming of this handset, and the US four biggest carriers are no exception, though up to this day we have not heard any statement from them.
The Samsung Galaxy S III was approved by Bluetooth SIG — not one model but two — SGH-I747 and SGH-T999. For ordinary mortals these codes don’t mean anything but several informed sources claim the former is AT&T’s variant of the S III, while the second is intended for T-Mobile. The phone was earlier announced to be available in the US in June, now that these codes have leaked we have more reasons to think it will prove correct.
However, another source claims nine million Samsung Galaxy S III smartphones are already pre-ordered by more than 100 carriers from the whole world. The same report also says Samsung is working full steam ahead to manage to produce as many handsets as possible; and the manufacturer’s Korean factory is able to produce only five million handsets per month.