May 29, 2012

Samsung launches the Galaxy S III in 28 countries - including the Philippines and the UK

The Samsung Galaxy S III is now officially launched in 28 countries across the globe. The  smartphone should be available in these 28 countries in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The countries that Samsung have enumerated are the United Kingdom, France, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia. This launching is also echoed in the Philippines and in Australia. For pricing, I think it'd be best to check your nearest retailer or network carrier. 

Aside from launching the Galaxy S III in 28 countries, Samsung has also launched the Music Hub initially in the UK, Germany, France, Spain, and Italy. The Music Hub is dubbed to be an iTunes killer and will offer the same services.
"Music Hub is based on the mSpot technology (which Samsung acquired recently) and will come in two variants – free and premium. The free service will allow users to purchase songs or listen to 30 second previews from catalog provided by 7digital whereas the premium version will cost EUR/GBP 9.99 per month and will give upload and access to user’s music collection and unlimited streaming of songs from the Music Hub catalog." - SammyHub

Source: SammyHub, Samsung 


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