The upcoming Samsung Galaxy SIII was launched during an event that was held in London earlier this month. The South Korean company has also confirmed that its latest smartphone offering will the marketed and sold in the US market. It appears that some hints have emerged on which mobile service provider will be including the upcoming Samsung Galaxy SIII on its smartphone lineup.
A number of devices that reportedly look like the upcoming Samsung Galaxy SIII have been given an approval by a number of agencies. The SGH-T99V and the SGH-I747 were approved by the Bluetooth SIG. These two devices are similar in appearance to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy SIII.
The first device is reportedly for T-Mobile while the second one was for AT&T (NYSE:T).
Earlier reports have also revealed that a SGH-T999 model that features support for 850MHz, 1700MHz, and 1900MHz bandwidth were approved by the FCC. These three bandwidths are used by T-Mobile for its network. The FCC approval gives indications that the device will be released in the coming months.
If the release schedule for the Samsung Galaxy S2 is followed for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy SIII, consumers in the US should be expecting the device in the coming months. Previous reports have hinted at a summer release for the Upcoming Samsung Galaxy SIII in the United States.
A number of industry watchers are also expecting the upcoming Samsung Galaxy SIII to be offered through Sprint (NYSE:S) and Verizon (NYSE:VZ) as well. A number of accessories for the upcoming Samsung smartphone are also available for potential buyers of the device. One of the accessories that will be available is the C-Pen stylus, which is similar to the S-Pen of the Samsung Galaxy Note.
The manual for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy SIII can be obtained already in the United Kingdom.
Although the upcoming Samsung Galaxy SIII received a number of notable reviews from industry watchers, some have indicated that they did not like the plastic case of the device although the software on the device is quite remarkable.