What will introduce after Samsung launched Galaxy S3

Summary:  Samsung Galaxy S III is undoubtedly the most dazzling Android mobile in this year, but Samsung absolutely not satisfied with the status quo, now Let’s take a look what products Samsung going to launch in the future.

1.Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G headed to MetroPCS

Though the Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G is a far cry from the high-end devices that are currently available in the market today, the handset still has quite a number of tricks up its sleeves that might want you to seriously consider jumping ship to MetroPCS. The carrier already confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G will be offered at $459 off-contract and will give its users access to live television streaming. With the Dyle application preinstalled on the handset, users of the Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G can stream television using the 4G network of the carrier even while on the go.

2.Galaxy Discover for TracFone. 

The ultra-budget prepaid carrier doesn't currently offer any branded smartphones, so the Galaxy Discover could end up being its first. It's slated to get Android 4.0, Bluetooth 3.0, "ample" internal storage, and external expansion up to 32GB. This one looks a bit like an original Galaxy S, too, but features three capacitive buttons along the bottom instead of the classic four.

3.Galaxy Stellar for Verizon. 

This is the phone that leaked last month as the "Jasper,” a Droid Charge successor that keeps the original's unusual pointy chin. It's tapped to get a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 2,100mAh battery, Android 4.0, and — of course — LTE.

4.Galaxy Stratosphere 2 for Verizon.

 Samsung doesn't seem to have any intention of pushing QWERTY sliders globally, but American carriers are clearly still asking for them — and that's where the Stratosphere 2 comes into play. The follow-on to last year’s Stratosphere, this new model features global GSM roaming capability, SAFE approval to make IT departments happy, S Beam, and S Voice.

5.Galaxy Victory 4G LTE for Sprint. 

Leaked several weeks ago under model number SPH-L300, the unwieldy name underpins a phone that will likely slot in underneath the Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy S III in Sprint's portfolio: Android 4.0, LTE support, NFC, a 5-megapixel camera, and WVGA display are all rumored to be on tap.

Now Windows Phone 8 is getting closer to its release date. Rumors have leaked that Samsung will release its series phone, include Samsung GT-I8370 Omnia(Marco)and Samsung GT-I8750 Omnia(Odyssey)”。

It remains to see what phone Samsung will bring to us.

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