Samsung's Galaxy S III Will Launch On All Four Major Carriers Very Soon

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Samsung announced this morning that it’s new flagship Android phone, the Galaxy S III, will be available on all four major carriers in the coming weeks. U.S. Cellular will also carry the phone.

Unlike the international version of the phone, the Galaxy S III will have 4G LTE data speeds. However, 4G isn’t available on all networks yet, so each carrier’s phone may have slightly different hardware.

So far, only Verizon and AT&T offer LTE. Sprint’s LTE network is expected to go live very soon. T-Mobile’s won’t be ready until next year.

But there is a drawback to LTE. It’s likely the U.S. model of the Galaxy S III won’t have the same insanely fast quad-core processor as the international version. (Samsung’s announcement left out that detail, so we’ll find out later.)

The Galaxy S III design will remain also consistent on all carriers. In previous Galaxy phone releases, Samsung changed up the hardware specs and design for each carrier.

Check out all the best Galaxy S III features here.

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