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Just posted that Candian carriers will get a S4 processor and 2GB or RAM! But will it come to the US? I can't see the American companies going for the 2GB of memory as the Canadian carriers are charging, "$160 on a three-year contract for a 16GB version and $210 for a 32GB model" which means the US versions would have to be $300+ for a 16GB and $400+ for the 32GB on a 2 year contract! But if they want to beat HTC this is the only thing that might give them that edge? I just can't see the carriers losing that much money on each headset?

 

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http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/30/canadian-carriers-put-galaxy-s-iii-launch-on-june-20th/

http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/05/30/canadian-galaxy-s-iii-will-launch-on-june-20th-packing-lte-1-5ghz-snapdragon-s4-and-a-monstrous-2gb-of-ram/

 

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Pricing in USA:

Verizon: $299.99 w/ 2 year contract

AT&T: $299.99 w/ 2 year contract

Sprint: $199.99 w/ 2 year contract

T-Mobile: $249.99 w/ 2 year contract

 

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Pricing in USA:

Verizon: $299.99 w/ 2 year contract

AT&T: $299.99 w/ 2 year contract

Sprint: $199.99 w/ 2 year contract

T-Mobile: $249.99 w/ 2 year contract

 

Sure about these numbers or just guessing? If you're sure, when's it getting released on Sprint? At $200 I'd be willing to wait until after my contract is up to get the phone, vs. getting something as soon as my upgrade credit goes live.

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Sure about these numbers or just guessing? If you're sure, when's it getting released on Sprint? At $200 I'd be willing to wait until after my contract is up to get the phone, vs. getting something as soon as my upgrade credit goes live.

I am really just guessing but this are the most logical prices. AT&T and Verizon release all new high end LTE phones at $299.99. T-Mobile is just a complete guess. Sprint is committed to that $199.99 price tag on high end phones and has already said it has no plans to make prices higher then $199.99 w/ 2 year contract.

 

I expect a release on Sprint sometime between June and August. I am almost 100% the device is coming to Sprint.

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I am really just guessing but this are the most logical prices. AT&T and Verizon release all new high end LTE phones at $299.99. T-Mobile is just a complete guess. Sprint is committed to that $199.99 price tag on high end phones and has already said it has no plans to make prices higher then $199.99 w/ 2 year contract.

 

I expect a release on Sprint sometime between June and August. I am almost 100% the device is coming to Sprint.

 

Fair enough. I'm sure Sprint will get the phone (Samsung wouldn't hold back on a customer who's paying them plenty to roll out one-third of NV), and the price makes sense the way you talk about it. I just haven't purchased a phone from them since late 2010, t which point I paid $250 for my Epic.

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