Galaxy S III but production delays and a huge demand caused all the US carriers to slightly push or delay their push. Today however is the day AT&T's Samsung Galaxy S III is finally available in stores nationwide. If you've been patient through the mess today you can run down and pick one up.
Galaxy S III pre-orders. Today Verizon officially announced that the flagship Galaxy S III will be in stores and available to purchase starting July 10th, but we can now confirm those that pre-ordered will get the impressive new phone even sooner.
Galaxy S III flagship smartphone is finally arriving here in the US. Sadly the launch and initial push isn't as simultaneous as they had hoped. After multiple reports from almost all carriers came out stating “manufacturer supply constraints” including AT&T, today they've confirmed many should be arriving today, and more on June 25th.
Galaxy S III faster than Samsung can make them. The fact that they had to trash over a half a million blue models back covers could be part of this issue. Along with Verizon, T-Mobile, and the Now Network today AT&T has also delayed their launch from the 21st to the 28th when they get more product.
HTC EVO 4G LTE should know plenty about the "situation" by now for the smartphone. After initially set to launch last week the phones were delayed at customs thanks to a petty lawsuit from Apple. Multiple reports have since claimed the phones start shipping today, May 24th, but now it looks like many pre-order customers have already received their new phones.
HTC One X from AT&T, I want you to go to your mailbox right now and check it. There's at least a small chance that your brand new ICS phone is waiting for you. A small number of users at Android Forums have got their phones in their hot little hands right now, two days before the AT&T launch date. That's two days worth of playing, modding and tinkering that they wouldn't have had otherwise.
Samsung Galaxy Note would sell, especially with the many other screen sizes currently available on the market. Nevertheless, we can now say that the Note has done better than expected. It had shipped 1 million units after two months, and has now hit 2 million after four months.