The Samsung Galaxy S III is officially available today. T-Mobile has released the phone online and in select retail stores, while other carriers including AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and U.S. Cellular will be picking up the device in the next couple weeks.
We just recently reviewed the Samsung Galaxy S III and found that it’s likely the Android phone you’ve been waiting for. On the other hand, the new iPhone is on its way, but where Android is concerned this is far and away the best of the best. Since the Galaxy S III was inspired by nature, the company is donating $1.5 million to the World Wildlife Fund in celebration of the launch.
Samsung is also looking to reward owners of the Galaxy S III by leveraging some of the technology in the phone. The company is setting up Samsung Share-to-Go Stations across the country allowing owners to download content to their device from the kiosk. Movie-goers will also have the chance to play an interactive cinema 3D game experience in theaters across the country.
Times Square will be the first opportunity GSIII owners have to share content, with a station set up that allows users to share photos and videos with the Galaxy S III.
The Samsung Galaxy S III can be purchased here from T-Mobile for $279 on-contract.