Samsung Reveals Galaxy S III
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this phone is good smartphone
will it ever come to Sprint?
Not as bad of a wait for the SIII as it was for the SII
This is just fine! Hope Verizon doesn't screw with it too much! S4 processor would be just fine with me, just load webpages fast, that's all I ask of a processor!