It's been a bit of a journey for Sprint customers looking to get the Samsung Galaxy S III, but the day has finally arrived and the Android 4.0-equipped smartphone is now available from the carrier's website, as promised. Many of those who pre-ordered the device weeks ago have already received the phone, but for those who weren't ready to commit it's been a long wait due to manufacturing issues on Samsung's end. It may have missed its original June 21st launch date by quite a bit, but no matter: you can now head on over to Sprint and pick up the 16GB and 32GB models for $199.99 and $249.99 with a two-year contract, respectively. RadioShack and Amazon Wireless are both selling the device for a bit less than that, but it looks like neither has received full stock yet. If you're not sure that Samsung's latest is made for you, be sure to check our impressions of Sprint's variant of the phone that's "made for humans."
Sprint Galaxy S III finally available, starts at $199.99 on contract
After a few delays, the Sprint Galaxy S III is now available for $199.99 directly from the carrier's website.
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