Like all its other U.S. competitors, Verizon Wireless is having some difficulty with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III and will delay the phone's launch by two days.
The delay of the flagship Samsung phone, which was supposed to launch from Verizon on Tuesday, is indicated by a change on the carrier's website, which now displays an "Available for purchase 7/12" tag after previously naming July 10 as the intended date.
This change, though, appears to affect only the Verizon Samsung Galaxy S III's in-store launch. Engadget is reporting that pre-orders appear to have shipped and have arrived for some people.
Verizon carries both colors of the phone as well as 16 GB and 32 GB versions, available for $200 and $250, respectively, with a two-year contract.