My Next Mobile Phone. What exactly is an iPhone?
Starting this month, five U.S. carriers will begin selling Samsung’s Galaxy S III, the follow up to the no. 1 handset maker’s top selling Galaxy S II. AT&T(s t), Sprint(s s), T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless(s vz)(s vod) and U.S. Cellular(s usm) will all publish their own specific launch plans and prices, although Verizon has today announced pre-orders for its version will start on June 6. The carrier will offer 16 GB and 32 GB models for $199.99 and $249.99 with a two-year contract. Sprint and T-Mobile will launch the device on June 21. Samsung’s entire strategy for its new phone is very Apple-like(s aapl), including one model for all.
Instead of using the traditional trade shows to introduced the Galaxy S III, Samsung held its own launch event for the device last month in the UK; essentially the same way Apple launches its iPhone hardware. Pre-orders in that…
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