Leaked T-Mobile details include Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note launch dates
T-Mobile customers will soon be able to get their hands on two of Samsung’s most coveted Android smartphones, according to newly leaked details. Late last week TmoNews received a handful of release dates for the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note. Although they don’t have pricing information to share at this time, we do know that this summer is going to be a hot one for the nation’s fourth largest carrier.
Here are some tentatively scheduled release dates for a number of Android-based smartphones. Keep in mind that, until an official announcement is made, these things are always subject to change.
- Samsung Galaxy S III 16GB Metallic Blue – June 20th
- Samsung Galaxy S III 32GB Metallic Blue – June 20th
- T-Mobile myTouch (Huawei Phoenix) – July 11th
- T-Mobile myTouch (Huawei Buddy) – July 11th
- Samsung Galaxy S III 16GB Ceramic White – July 11th
- Samsung Galaxy Note – July 11th
It’s interesting that the Pebble Blue version of the Galaxy S III should arrive ahead of the Marble White model, especially since it’s the blue iteration that’s delayed today. Of course, there’s more than a 2-3 week window between now and the rumored June 20 date so this may not be out of the question.
We don’t mean to totally gloss over the Huawei stuff in this post but obviously it’s not as grand as the Samsung rumors. Given the timing of the releases we fully expect the pair of Huawei models to come in with low-end price points and entry-level specs.
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