Following the announcement by Samsung that the Samsung Galaxy S3 will be released into the US market by June, it did not reveal which mobile service provider the device will be offered in. It would likely be offered by all four major mobile service providers in the United States although this remains uncertain until an official announcement is made by the South Korean company and the mobile service providers that will offer the Samsung Galaxy S3.
However it appears that the Sprint version of the Samsung Galaxy S3 may have emerged basing on a user agent profile that was spotted recently. The device with the model number SPH-L710 is thought to be the Samsung Galaxy S3 of Sprint (NYSE:S).
The specifications listed on the user agent profile of the SPH-t10 shows that it will feature a screen with a resolution of 1280 by 720, 16GB internal storage, a microSD memory card slot and the Android 4.0 OS. The device will reportedly feature the dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, which will also be featured on the Samsung Galaxy S3.
A number of the specifications that were listed for the SPH-L710 are consistent with the features of the international version of the Samsung Galaxy S3. These features include the resolution of the display, the internal storage of the device and the operating system.
Reports of the possible use of a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor for the US version of the Samsung Galaxy S3 had emerged earlier. This device will reportedly use this particular processor instead of the quad-core Exynos 4412 processor of Samsung. However these reports on the possible Samsung Galaxy S3 offering of Sprint will remain to be speculation until an official announcement is made by mobile service provider or by Samsung.
If these reports will prove to be accurate, the Samsung Galaxy S3 will be the fourth LTE-enabled smartphone on the lineup of Sprint following earlier devices including the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the HTC EVO 4G LTE, and the LG Viper.