The Samsung Galaxy S III continues to sell and gain momentum in the wake of the iPhone 5 launch (read Samsung's comparison or screen comparison). Samsung Galaxy S III news includes, best sales, profits, cases, parties and expected price cutting deals.
T-Mobile announced via its Twitter feed that the Samsung Galaxy S III is T-Mobile's all-time best-selling device, ever.
Samsung announced that the U.S. update for Samsung Galaxy S III is "coming soon" for models at Verizon, AT&T spring, T-Mobile and US Cellular. The only other Samsung Galaxy devices to be updated to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean are the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Sprint VZW) and Galaxy Nexus S 4G. The Samsung Galaxy S 3 has been updated in some parts of Europe.
Samsung almost doubled its profits in its latest quarterly earnings. Analyst Jeff Kang with Daishin Securities in Seoul estimated that Samsung shipped 57 million smartphones in the quarter. Other analysts estimated 20 million Samsung Galaxy S III and 6 million Samsung Galaxy Note units. Profits may be hindered by the cost of paying the award in the recent Apple case.
Other cases with the SG S3 are at the Vogue global fashion Festival in Italy, legendary fashion designers designed cases for the Samsung Galaxy S III (see previous cases for cases). Designers included Valentino, Roberto Cavalli and Pirelli along with new up and coming designers. The limited edition covers were sold in fashion stores.
If you are looking for good deal on the Samsung Galaxy S III, you may want to wait until Black Friday when it will go on sale for $49.99 from Sprint. We also expect large discounts from Amazon.com that has already reduced the price of the 16GB for Sprint, Verizon and AT&T to $99. We missed a sale last week at T-Mobile where after a rebate the Samsung Galaxy S III.
Samsung gave another big party for its Samsung Galaxy S III customers on October 3rd, in New York at the Hammerstein Ballroom, featuring M83 and a special appearance by Kat McPee. Anthony Gonzalez was also in attendance.