The Samsung Galaxy S3 is no doubt a highly anticipated device of 2012. Whether you like or dislike its design and its features, given the success of the Galaxy S and the Galaxy S2, it is not surprising that many were looking forward to the Galaxy S3. So much so that apparently T-Mobile might have found themselves with more orders than they can handle that they have decided to release the Galaxy S3 in two phases. The carrier has since released a press statement and has stated that come 21st of June, select retail and branded locations in the top 29 markets will be getting the phones first along with a limited amount of devices to be made available online. The next batch will be released on the 27th of June, nearly a week later. Pricing for the handset has been revealed to be $629.99 off contract, $229.99 on Value Plans with $20 EIP, or $279.99 on a Classic plan after a $50 mail-in rebate. We’re not sure how well the other carriers are handling the release, but so far it seems like T-Mobile might be the only one to introduce this two-phase launch.