Samsung announced the Galaxy S III in May, and soon after announced that the flagship handset would be available in the US on all four carriers. On Sprint, the device retails for $199 for 16GB or $249 for 32GB of storage, both with a two-year contract. It's available in "Pebble Blue" and "Marble White," and is largely unchanged from the international device.
After a few delays, the Sprint Galaxy S III is now available for $199.99 directly from the carrier's website.
Manufacturing issues delayed Samsung's Galaxy S III, forcing Sprint to backpedal on its original June 21st release date, but now the carrier says the smartphone will be available starting Sunday, July 1st.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is coming to Sprint this week, and we spent some time with the handset ahead of its launch.
Samsung stops teasing and finally delivers its flagship Android device for 2012 — can the Galaxy S III live up to its mighty promise?
Sources are telling us that Sprint will offer a version of Samsung's Galaxy S III.