Straight Talk has added another high-end smartphone to its prepaid lineup, Samsung Galaxy S III. The Samsung’s year-old flagship phone is available in pebble blue and marble white color for $439.99 at the Straight Talk’s website.
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Straight Talk Samsung Galaxy S III features Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, a fast 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and a 4G LTE connectivity. It has a large 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED display, 8-megapixel main camera with video capture and 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera for video calls. It comes with a microSD card slot for expanding memory up to 64GB.
In addition, it comes with features as AllShare Play that allows sharing content between devices as smartphones, laptops, tablets and TVs or One Touch Sharing that makes transferring videos, photos, contact information from one to another Galaxy S III with S Beam easy. Users just need to touch the two phones back-to-back to share the files. Also, motion gestures as shaking the phone to update the information or turning the phone over on its face to mute it or pause are very useful and appealing. The phone comes with a support for Samsung TecTiles and picture-in-picture multitasking.
Samsung Galaxy S III is compatible with Straight Talk’s unlimited monthly plans. The $45 unlimited plan includes unlimited talk, text and data throttled on a case-by-case basis and unlimited international texting. The $60 unlimited international plan adds international calling that has been limited recently to some extent.
The phone will also be offered in Walmart for $439.88, according to a leaked image provided by a Howard Forum user. It’s a CDMA phone that works on Sprint’s network, according to the phone’s PRL (Preferred Roaming List) found in the Straight Talk’s interactive tutorial page for the phone.
Source: Straight Talk