Samsung Galaxy S III will Land in Pakistani Markets on 31st May with a Price Tag of Rs 62,000

Saad Qazi / News Reviews Category / 26th May, 2012 / 0 Comments
Samsung Galaxy S III will Land in Pakistani Markets on 31st May with a Price Tag of Rs 62,000

Today we are here with the release date of Samsung’s new flagship device, the Galaxy S III in Pakistan. Samsung announced the release details for its third generation Galaxy S handset today and you will be glad to know that it will hit the shelves on May 31st, 2012.

You might remember that in our previous report we anticipated the price of Galaxy S III to be above 70k because it was available for $799 price tag on Amazon. But according to Samsung, the initial price for Samsung Galaxy S III will be PKR 62,000.

Samsung is saying that Galaxy S III is the next big thing for the Android fans and enthusiasts and since its announcement; it has broken several records for pre orders. Samsung Galaxy S III will hit the shelves in UK on 28th May and Samsung will be able to ship the units in Pakistan by May 31st. So, if you have been waiting to get your hands on the latest high end smartphone from Samsung, you will not have to wait much longer now. Galaxy S III will be available at all the Teletec Stores around the country.

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Let’s review some of the specs for the Galaxy S III briefly for those who are not familiar with it. Samsung Galaxy S III comes with a 4.8 inch Super AMOLED HD Screen with 1280 x 720 pixel resolution. It does not come with a stylish body and Samsung has made it in a very simplistic manner. The main feature of this handset is that it comes with a 1.4GHz Exynos 4 Quad core processor under the hood. On the back side you will find an 8MP camera and it will be available in 16 and 32GB storage memory models.

On the software side, the Galaxy S III will be coming with Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich pre loaded at the time of shipping. In addition to that Samsung has also some special apps only for this particular handset that include S Voice which is a similar service like Apple’s Siri.

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