Earlier this week Samsung announced the all new Samsung Galaxy S III. With that announcement, it was also revealed by JK Shin, president of Samsung’s mobile business, that Samsung wanted to sell 200 million smartphones this year. We know that maybe two or three of the major carriers will have the Galaxy S III, but why not all of them? Surely reaching that 200 million mark would be a lot easier with all major U.S. carriers on board. Right? Yes, and it appears that this is the case.
Previously on Samsung’s latest information sign up page for the U.S., a drop down menu allowed potential customers to choose their carrier of choice for information on the Samsung Galaxy S III. The carriers were AT&T, C Spire Wireless, MetroPCS, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and Verizon Wireless. Since news of this broke, Samsung has taken the carrier drop down off the sign up page. But not before the screenshot was captured (below).
As it stands, Verizon Wireless is the only major carrier without the Galaxy S II in the U.S. Hopefully, Big Red joins the party and make this an all-out affair. Wouldn’t this make you a bit more likely to buy the Galaxy S III? Let us know!