Samsung Galaxy S III is certainly the most talked about phone of this year so far, with a powerful quad core CPU and brilliant 4.8 inch display. Now it appears that this model that already caused queues in the UK will be heading to T-Mobile USA, as confirmed by the press pictures below.


If you remember, the US versions of the Galaxy S and Galaxy S II had different designs and brandings compared to the international version. However, this time Samsung will keep its design and name in USA and adopt a single look all over the world. The best proof for that is the press shot here, of both the white and pebble blue model. The physical button is present here, unlike the previous Galaxy S iterations, that skipped the inclusion of this button in USA.

The only change is the engraving of the T-Mobile logo at the back. Samsung is expected to release the 4.8 inch HD smartphone this month during the Galaxy S III World Tour that will have a stop in New York. I certainly look forward to seeing some prices on T-Mobile, hoping they will be reasonable and maybe bundle some of the nifty accessories announced in London last month. Now let’s see if T-Mobile will sell the Snapdragon-based S III or the Exynos one…

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