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If the GS3 has a ceramic casing, it is not gonna have a removable battery.
 
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I doubt it wouldn't have a removable battery
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well ima hit target up sunday and see what this is all about

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Any phone without a removable battery is an instant no in my book. I like my semi-hot swappable batteries.

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But i hate how Samsung phones spec differ in America compared to abroad, this means less dev support. Every one s ( considering it or S3 ) will be the same all over the world, just like the sensation and other HTC phones. Also, we might end up getting the S3 around Christmas with the way US carriers lag.
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It will drop around the same time as the iPhone 5
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Confirmed at my local radio shack yesterday they will be doin the pre order!

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But i hate how Samsung phones spec differ in America compared to abroad, this means less dev support. Every one s ( considering it or S3 ) will be the same all over the world, just like the sensation and other HTC phones. Also, we might end up getting the S3 around Christmas with the way US carriers lag.
Buying an international version solves that problem. I know you have to pay full prize but you can use your upgrade and sell it here so that you can make up some of the total cost. Also there is no AT&T branding on international version which is awesome. I hate that AT&T logo on nice looking phones
 
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If the GS3 has a ceramic casing, it is not gonna have a removable battery.
Agreed we don't know how it will look and I'm guessing it will not have a removable battery as well if rumors of ceramic casing are true.
 
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I read somewhere that the Next Galaxy will have a simultaneous world release date (US carriers included); it has something to do with the way the GS2 sold.
That would prolly keep them from making the same mistake like they did making the US G-Nex a Verizon exclusive. Back to the main topic, I will be preordering the One X and if I dont like it I could always sell it and wait for GS3.

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