That’s certainly bleak news for those eagerly waiting to buy the handset from Verizon, either in the 16GB flavor (priced at $199 on contract), or the 32GB one ($249 on contract).
AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile also have problems with the launch of Samsung’s Galaxy S III, all citing delays and stock shortages, due to an overwhelming demand for the handset around the world.
Another new Android 4.0 LTE smartphone that won’t be launched by Verizon as soon as customers had expected is the HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE. Hard times for Android lovers, isn’t it?
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