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  Reply # 619533 4-May-2012 14:07
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own3d: Anyone ordered from this site
http://www.mobicity.co.nz/samsung-i9300-galaxy-s-iii-s3.html




Several times, nil issues (be aware you'll pay GST of 15% on the price they give there).




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  Reply # 619538 4-May-2012 14:16
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NZtechfreak:
own3d: Anyone ordered from this site
http://www.mobicity.co.nz/samsung-i9300-galaxy-s-iii-s3.html




Several times, nil issues (be aware you'll pay GST of 15% on the price they give there).


Also LOL at being on 'special'




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  Reply # 619539 4-May-2012 14:17
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Gimme the 64gig one

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  Reply # 619571 4-May-2012 14:46
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kiwitrc: Gimme the 64gig one


Me too, although I expect it won't be available until like November - for the S1 and S2 and the Note the capacity versions didn't arrive till much later (and seemed as rare as hens teeth).




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  Reply # 619580 4-May-2012 14:53
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NZtechfreak:
kiwitrc: Gimme the 64gig one


Me too, although I expect it won't be available until like November - for the S1 and S2 and the Note the capacity versions didn't arrive till much later (and seemed as rare as hens teeth).


Yeah true. I am still loving my S2 so I can wait. Also that usually means the bugs are sorted, the ROMs are out and rooting is done.

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  Reply # 619583 4-May-2012 14:57
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I think I'll pre-register my interest with Vodafone, seeing it's getting released here at a similar stage. Hopefully one of the networks here does a $100 off intro too




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  Reply # 619589 4-May-2012 15:00
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I'm happy with the result and like others did have some exceedingly high expectations. I've given myself an upper cut and think the S3 is pretty decent.




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Get excited, Android lovers! We are bringing you the Samsung Galaxy S III, one of the best Android phones of 2012....

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ALTRON: Get excited, Android lovers! We are bringing you the Samsung Galaxy S III, one of the best Android phones of 2012....

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Woah. I guess that makes sense that they'd adopt more NFC based handsets.

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  Reply # 619659 4-May-2012 16:34
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These poll results over at Android Police are not surprising and surprising at the same time. Only 1 in 5 people are sold on it and 25% of voters reckon it needs a paper bag

http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/05/03/polls-did-the-galaxy-s-iii-meet-your-expectations-and-what-do-you-think-of-the-looks/

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  Reply # 619670 4-May-2012 16:56
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hmmm thats interesting, the way I read it
39% weren't impressed
7% nope
36% have to see it but think so
18% yep I'm sold

so from my perspective thats 46% that probably won't buy it and 54% that may do.
Given those stats I'd be happy as a Samsung marketer

I suppose everyone looks at it from a different perspective and a lot wouldn't have been buying in the first place and only wanted to criticise.




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  Reply # 619716 4-May-2012 18:09
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Check out the new LG. Sounds like it has what the SIII should have.

Impressive build quality, awesome screen, 2GB of RAM, yes 2!

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Kopkiwi: Check out the new LG. Sounds like it has what the SIII should have.

Impressive build quality, awesome screen, 2GB of RAM, yes 2!


can't find much on it other than memory screen size and composition so hard to compare




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  Reply # 619751 4-May-2012 19:06
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http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/03/lg-optimus-lte2-2gb-ram-true-hd/

You knew someone was going to do this, I thought it might be Apple.

/me torn.. Do I wait...

Wait.. I see, I think it's running different bands to NZ.

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networkn: http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/03/lg-optimus-lte2-2gb-ram-true-hd/

You knew someone was going to do this, I thought it might be Apple.

/me torn.. Do I wait...

Wait.. I see, I think it's running different bands to NZ.


of course it is 'different bands'. they are LTE phone





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