The world’s largest manufacturer of mobile phones, Samsung Electronics, has stated the Samsung Galaxy III is now available in Europe.
With anticipated sales set to skyrocket, Samsung sent buyers in a frenzy by making the Samsung Galaxy III smartphone available today in over 38 Middle Eastern and Europe based countries. Looking to maintain a lead over Apple’s iPhone in these areas, Samsung said the new Galaxy phones are selling in France and Britain, and by later summer, will be available worldwide.
The European countries will also be the first to receive the new Samsung streaming music service of a 19-million song selection called Music Hub. The new Galaxy III will ship with this option to rival Apple’s iTunes service.
Already pegged to outsell any previous Android OS phones according to Vodafone Group, the Galaxy series of devices are widely received as a success for Samsung.
However competition could be steep, as Apple is expected to release its newest version of the iPhone at the next developers conference in June, with sales as early as July if this does happen.