June 19, 2012

Geek deals: 25% off a Samsung Galaxy S3 pre-order



The last year has been an awesome one for the smartphone industry. Competition is greater than ever, thanks to an incremental upgrade with the iPhone 4S and some big leaps from the Android team. 4G phones are becoming the norm and the world embraced the latest Nexus phone, the Galaxy Nexus from Samsung.

HTC started the year off strong with their impressive One series, but Samsung isn’t sitting on their laurels. We’ve known the latest and greatest Galaxy S3 has been coming for a while and now it is almost here. You’ll be able to get it on Sprint’s network tomorrow, but ATT users have to wait another week and thus we’ve still got a great pre-order deal for those who are lusting for the GS3.

The GS3 stands to offer a number of firsts for the Android market: first with 2GB RAM, first with an official Siri competitor (Samsung’s “S Voice” tool), and first with a 4.8-inch screen. Performance should be plenty thanks to the massive amount of RAM and the 1.5GHz dual-core processor. The screen should be a real stand-out, offering one of the largest display sizes at 4.8″ and gorgeous colors blacks thanks to the SuperAMOLED panel.

If you are an existing ATT customer and head over to Amazon Wireless to pre-order this power-packed beauty, you’ll be able to snag it for just $149.99 with free 2-day shipping. If you’re switching allegiances and will be a new customer, the GS3 is still just $189.99 also from Amazon Wireless. All prices of course include a 2-year contract.

Visit LogicBuy for the Samsung Galaxy S3 pre-order




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