Update 7/7/12: The deal is back, this time at Daily Steals Last Call.

With sales expected to tip over 10 million units next month, and release dates being pushed back (or split) because of "overwhelming demand," Samsung's Galaxy SIII may just be the most sought-after Android device to date. Those still looking to grab the unlocked GSM version of the device are in luck today – DailySteals.com is offering the device for $599.99, a significant discount over the phone's normal retail price.


Just in case you've forgotten the specs that have had so many users drooling, here's a quick look:

  • 4.8" HD Super AMOLED display
  • Android 4.0.4 (with TouchWiz overlay)
  • 1GB RAM
  • MicroSD slot (for expandable memory up to 64GB)
  • 8MP rear camera and 1.9MP front shooter
  • 1.4GHz Quad-core processor
  • 2100mAh battery

If you've been waiting for a good deal on an unlocked SIII, we haven't seen a better discount yet. Just head over to DailySteals.com to take advantage of the offer.

(Note: While Daily Steals does not list the internal storage capacity for this particular unit, it is likely to be the 16GB version.)

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • http://them3blog.wordpress.com/ Abel

    how trusted is that source?

    • Kenny O

      I've bought from them many times.....never had any issues with the merchandise I have received. They are not the fastest in terms of shipping, but the items always arrive as expected. 

      • http://them3blog.wordpress.com/ Abel

        I'll give it a try then

    • http://codytoombs.wordpress.com/ Cody Toombs

      I've ordered from them a few times, mostly cheaper stuff (a couple of things that retail above $100 though).

      They NEVER send tracking notices or even email you about sending out the package.  Technically, that's not necessary, but it always gives me a creepy feeling considering it wouldn't cost them anything to at least notify you of a shipment.  They also send with the cheapest possible shipping (did you expect better?) and rarely ship stuff out within 24 hours, so don't expect things to arrive too quickly.Twice now, I've ordered cheap stuff from them and had non-matching items sent. They items sent were similar to, but definitely not the items advertised, and sometimes not even in the quantity advertised (it was weird to expect 8 and get 10).  Again, these were cheap items, less than $15 before shipping, so it's not a big deal, but it makes me nervous each time I deal with them. They've never screwed up the more expensive items I've ordered, so it's probably safer to order that stuff.

      My advice, just be sure you know the charge-back policy on the credit card you use for the purchase.  Be ready to call the credit card company if you don't have your order within a couple of weeks.

    • http://trevorsullivan.net/ Trevor Sullivan

      Do NOT order from DailySteals. They're a scam. Trust me, I have personal experience.

  • DragonGunner

    How useful will unlocked gsm version be here in the US? I thought that it would not be compatible with any of the US carriers unless you were willing to deal with 2g. This might be good for travelers to other parts of the world though right?

    • http://them3blog.wordpress.com/ Abel

      Is compatible with ATT(not LTEbot 3G+), has better battery life, will get updates faster and its had quad core exyos if you like that :3

      • Jon Langevin

        Looks like it's missing T-mobile's 1700 band, but has the 2100 band. Would that hamper HSPA+?

        • http://them3blog.wordpress.com/ Abel

          no, sorry you need both 1700 and 2100 to have HSPA+

  • Spydie

    Why not get the ATT one for $549 like I did.  You'll never notice a quad over the dual core core for speed and some tests show the dual core is faster.  And you'll have LTE.  And just for your information, the unlocked/international ones DO NOT get updates faster.  I have the international Note here in the U.S. and while other countries have gotten ICS, we still can't get it here regardless if it's an ATT one or International one, and there's even some talk that Samsung isn't going to support international models unless they are in their native country where they were meant for, so I might have to go with CM ROM to get ICS.

    • http://www.facebook.com/gary.k.lahens Gary K. Lahens

      You need to download Kies from the UK site. I register my Note on the UK site and now running ICS on my note

  • eclass82

    Though it was 2gb for ram? Hmmmm

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Not the international version.

      • eclass82


  • Brian Jones

    Wish it was pentaband. But, I will stick with my Galaxy Nexus.


  • http://trevorsullivan.net/ Trevor Sullivan

    DailySteals is an absolute scam. I had to dispute the charge with my credit card provider, after they didn't respond to e-mails or ship my device after a FULL week. Strongly suggest staying away.