T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S III with dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU, 2GB of RAM and HSPA+42 connectivity, coming June 21
We already knew it, but T-Mobile USA has officially confirmed that it'll be carrying the Samsung Galaxy S III from June 21. Like the other U.S. versions of Samsung's new flagship phone, T-Mobile's Galaxy S III is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon chip. And it'll run on T-Mo's "4G" HSPA+42 network, allowing for faster data speeds than the international version, which tops out at 21Mbps.
T-Mobile will sell the Galaxy S III in pebble blue and marble white, just like the other U.S. carriers, and it'll offer the phone with 16 and 32GB of internal storage, in addition to that microSD card slot. Other specs are identical to the international version -- a 4.8-inch HD SuperAMOLED screen, 1.9MP front-facing camera, 8MP rear shooter and 2100mAh battery. (And TouchWiz-topped ICS, of course)
The network says it'll begin selling the Galaxy S III from June 21, and there's a sign-up page where prospective customers can leave their details. No word on any pre-order date just yet.
Check past the break for today's full press release from T-Mobile.
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