On Monday, all the carriers' of the U.S. Samsung Galaxy S III made their announcements. Most of the models appeared to be pretty much the same coming in either white or blue. AT&T is going with a more patriotic style of the Samsung Galaxy S III by offering it in red, white and blue.
AT&T also will not be offering any 32GB models but only 16GB models with an option of buying an additional 16GB microSD card for $39 more. The AT&T Samsung Galaxy S III will support 4G LTE as well as HSPA+ 21 data.
If we were to play conjecturatti because AT&T has not announced a release date, only a preorder start of June 6, maybe the actual release date will come on July 4th and there will be patriotic promotions.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is making record sales all over the world. Preliminary analyst predictions show that it may beat out the iPhone depending on the next version of the iPhone. Reviews of the international models have been excellent.
A a disappointment for some is that all American models will have a dual core 1.5 GHz processor which is why they are promoting the software aspects of the Samsung Galaxy S III over the processor aspects.
All the carriers will keep the name Samsung Galaxy S III. The marketing budget is expected to huge. From previous release events we can expect a full orchestra and classical music in an effort to make the phabulous phablet look classy.