By June’s end, Samsung’s Galaxy S III will be everywhere — Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T and U.S. Cellular. Without a doubt, this is one of the biggest releases of the year, with some pretty high expectations. Not only is it going up against competition like the HTC One X, but Samsung will be expecting the S III to outdo its predecessor, the Galaxy S II, which has sold over 28 million units worldwide to date. Anything less will be a disappointment. Can a device “designed for humans” achieve (or surpass) the same success? We got our mitts on the S III both at its London unveil and CTIA, but we’re still overflowing with excitement. We’re anxious to see if features like S-Voice and Smart Eye tracking are enough to stand out from the crowd. Our first order of business is to unbox the device. Stay tuned for more Galaxy S III coverage.