Samsung Officially Launches the Galaxy S III In 28 Countries

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The day many have been waiting for has arrived and, despite of several reports from different sources, retailers and e-taliers talking about possible delays for both the Pebble Blue and the White versions, Samsung has officially announced the launch of the Galaxy S III — the 16GB version.

Users in 28 countries should be able to get the phone in the United Kingdom, France, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Europe and the Middle East and Africa. Of course, the U.S. version is late to the show but Samsung has (hopefully) learned from last year’s Galaxy S II lesson and will probably do a better job in bringing the phone to the States (probably as early as July).

Source: Samsung

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