Galaxy S III (Verizon) | Samsung
Samsung's "Developer Edition" Galaxy S III for Verizon Wireless is now available directly from the manufacturer — over two months after we were told that the device would be "coming soon."
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Samsung Galaxy S III Developer Edition with unlockable bootloader 'coming soon' for Verizon customers
Samsung has confirmed a Developer Edition of the Galaxy S III, which will feature an unlockable bootloader, is coming soon.
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The Verizon Wireless Samsung Galaxy S III is available now online and in-stores for $199.99 and $249.99 with a two-year contract for the 16GB and 32GB varieties, respectively.
Samsung will be offering the Samsung Galaxy S III Developer Edition for Verizon directly from its website, allowing developers and tinkerers to have a version of the phone with an unlockable bootloader for $599.