Samsung hasn't officially announced any Australian release plans for the Galaxy S III yet. If you don't want to wait for that to happen, Alex over at Gizmodo has rounded up the offers from importers who will sell the phone in Australia once it officially launches in Europe at the end of the month. Not a lot of choices, but it's an option if you're mad keen to upgrade. [Gizmodo]
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