The Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone is one of the most anticipated Android Smartphone so far this year. All four major carriers in the US has announced that they will be offering the handset to their subscribers this month. Samsung has announced that they plan to sell over 10 million units of the device by the end of July but the carriers in the US can’t seem to get their hands on enough units to supply the demand.
The smartphone which is available in a 16GB and 32GB version is now available from Sprint but the carrier is only shipping the customers who pre-ordered. Because they don’t have enough units to supply demand, the carrier announced that they are now shipping the 32GB model of the Galaxy S III but only to fill pre-orders.
T-Mobile recently announced that they will be delaying the smartphone because they didn’t have enough units in stock while Sprint opted to only ship to customers who pre-ordered the device and should have ample devices by the end of this month.
[Via: Loopy Cellphones]