Galaxy S III (Sprint) | Samsung
Preview builds have been announced for CyanogenMod 10, which is based on Android 4.1, on the AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint versions of the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Samsung surprised users of the all-new Galaxy S III on both Sprint and AT&T with an over-the-air update last week. The update contained the usual bugfixes and something more: reduced functionality. Samsung calls the updates a precautionary measure against Apple's lawsuits.
Some Sprint customers are getting access to the carrier's new LTE network in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Kansas City, and Atlanta a day before its official launch.
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After the Sprint version of the Galaxy S III receive an over-the-air update that (among other things) removed the ability to search on-device, we imagined that it would only be a matter of time before other carriers follow suit. AT&T is the first to drop the OTA bomb
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.