It's been a week or so since the launch and we're already getting excited about the Samsung Galaxy S III hitting the shelves. There's not long to wait, with 30 May being the shelf date.
But if you want the larger 32GB model, you can't just go to any shelf. Oh no, you'll need to go to Vodafone's shelves, real or virtual. The network has an exclusive on the larger S III, with delivery guaranteed before the end of the month, should you sign up via pre-order with the network.
A bigger phone means a bigger price for the Ice Cream Sandwich handset, with an asking price of £46 per month over two years, which gets you 1,200 minutes per month, plus unlimited texts and 2GB of data, along with 2GB of Wi-Fi via BT Openzone.
Alternatively, you can get the 16GB model for £41 per month, which also comes with a reduced 900 minutes of call allowances. Various other deals are also available with the network.
Vodafone obviously isn't the only stockist of the 16GB model – O2, Orange, T-Mobile and Three will all be offering deals too. Get in touch with any of them if you prefer those networks. SIM-free models are also likely to be available, but you'll probably be looking at £500+ to get one without a contract.
If you want to know more about Samsung's latest device, you can get all the details from the launch night here. You can also see our hands on here.