Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S3 Verizon, AT&T and Sprint get a new LTE rival today

The battle of LTE Samsung Galaxy S3 phones starts today in the United States with four LTE models competing in the “pre-ordercategory.” The best way to sell phones is to launch pre-orders online and in stores. One online retail told us last month that thousands of customers have pre-ordered the Samsung Galaxy S3 online using their credit card or debit card. These customers are coming from Asia, Europe and surprisingly, North America too. This month, however, online phone retailers are about to get rivals, the wireless carriers. One of the advantages of owning a US carrier-supported Galaxy S3 is probably the LTE or Long Term Evolution, aside from the subsidized phone, apparently. Today, the market adds a new LTE Samsung Galaxy S3 player, the regional carrier US Cellular. According to reports, US Cellular is the fifth carrier to launch pre-order program for the Samsung Galaxy S3. Similarly, the prices are still $199.99 for the 16GB model, and $249.99 for the 32GB model. As usual, customers must also apply for the monthly fees required by the smartphone like data plan and talk minutes, etc. Verizon Wireless, Sprint and AT&T Samsung Galaxy S3 phones are LTE phones, in short, they can connect to the internet faster and the data connection is more reliable. Keep in mind that LTE of Sprint is still limited to 6 to 7 cities on launch, while Verizon Wireless leads the race with more than 250 cities, while AT&T boasts 39 “markets.” The Samsung Galaxy S3 is the latest high-end Android device with Android Ice Cream Sandwich, Google’s most advanced mobile operating system yet. In United States, the Galaxy S3 doesn’t include Samsung’s quad-core Exynos chipset, instead, the devices come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 Krait system-on-a-chip, a dual-core processor which is also capable of delivering “buttery smooth” user interface. Analysts believe that Samsung will sell “a lot of Galaxy S3 phones” not only in United States but worldwide, and the South Korean phone maker’s biggest rival is Cupertino’s Apple inc. Unsurprisingly, Apple previewed its latest mobile operating system this week, the iOS 6 and Apple is calling it the “most advanced mobile OS” in the world. Apple also pokes fun at Samsung using Siri in the WWDC event last Monday, by Siri telling the crowd that she’s “really looking forward to the new Samsung… Not the phone, the refrigerator.” sex toys,sex gadgets,adult toys

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