A hint of carriers to support the Galaxy S III?

A hint of carriers to support the Galaxy S III?

The new Galaxy S III may be cool and all, but I’m sure we all remember the enormous amount of time it took to introduce the Galaxy S II in the US. Samsung’s new sign-up site for information hints at a relatively soon release of its new flagship in the US. In order to complete the sign-up process, you have to enter your zip code. The only reasonable explanation for that is that Samsung has already lined up with the carriers which should result in a quick release. Let’s hope so.

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  1. Andreas Otte
    May 05, 07:32 Reply

    You guys in the states have to liberate from your carriers. In europe every phone works with every carrier / sublabel / subbrand. There is just ONE Galaxy S3. Not a Sprint/Verizon/Whatsoever phone. I guess that freedom exists only at AT&T and T-Mobile in the US. These networks work with plain GSM phones. Put in your card. There you go…

    • cobra19
      May 06, 23:30 Reply

      AT&T and TMobile aren’t exactly 100% compatible.  Like the Galaxy Note is only on AT&T.  If you put a T Mobile sim card in it you will only get 2G data.

      Also phones may have a SIM card lock which prevents using other carriers at all.

  2. yarrellray
    May 06, 06:20 Reply

    Looks like T-mobile will be the MOVE it will be the ONLY U.S. carrier to have the quadcore version. The rest will have dualcore snapdragon S4.

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