The third smartphone of the S Series from Samsung is going to be available on May 29, but it will more likely be available one day before in some cities. Based on a poll conducted by BetaNews, 36.59 percent of consumers choose not to purchase the Samsung Galaxy S3. Nevertheless, much interest is still given to the smartphone, which can be preordered through Amazon.
The results also showed that 15.37 percent have already preordered or will preorder the Samsung Galaxy S3. Moreover, 32.57 percent are planning to buy in three months and 9.45 percent in six months.
Consumers who can wait for the Samsung Galaxy S3 released by wireless carriers are expected to pay less, although the phone will be locked. There will be no carrier and contract for the more costly, unlocked Galaxy S3.
The results from the BetaNews poll agree with the 9 million preorders reported in the previous week. In fact, Carphone Warehouse in United Kingdom reportedly got high preorder demand for the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Unfortunately, those who are ordering at the moment should know that the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S3 will not connect with 4G LTE and it lacks support for HSPA+ network from T-Mobile. Otherwise, consumers who are willing to get will be offered with faster data speeds for the Galaxy S3 released by carriers.
According to one reader, Neoprimal, if the Galaxy S3 is not offered as a carrier phone, then he will just look forward to the next smartphone by Google. In addition, he prefers Google devices since updates are definite, but carrier phones apparently gets updated more regularly.
Another reader, TomasF said that he will not get the Samsung Galaxy S3 since Android manufacturers, as it appears, does not conform with several Exchange security policies. On the other hand, he bought the One X because HTC seems to give interest in the policies by integrating the Sense.