July 10 — you should really mark that date on your calendar if you are looking to buy a new android device and are limited to Verizon Wireless in US. Because, the Galaxy S3 is launching on July 10 (finally!), ending all sorts of long-waits — even though it’s strange because Verizon really liked launching stuff on Thursday, and July 10 is, and will remain Tuesday, eh!
Just to revise, Samsung Galaxy S3 is the company’s 2012 flagship device that Samsung says, is, inspired by nature and is designed for humans. We know that doesn’t suffice to impress you — or us, or anyone — so here are the specs: 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display, 1.4 GHz Quad-core Exynos processor, 1 GB RAM, 16/32 GB Storage, White and Blue colors, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (buy a Galaxy Nexus if you want Android 4.1 asap), 8.6mm thick, etc. But, well, no 50 GB free dropbox storage space for Verizon Galaxy S3.
Back to Verizon Galaxy S3 release date things, the Big Red will be launching the S3 both online and in stores, with 32 GB version available only online (coming soon in stores, btw) and 16 GB variant available both at stores and online right away. The Galaxy S3 will be available in its usual two colors: white and blue.
Cost? Well, it’s pretty decent — the 16 gigs S3 will cost you some hard-earned-well-spent $200 while 32 GB model will set you back by additional $50, at $250. That’s alright, right?