By Sean King, EnStarz | May 21, 2012 10:36 AM EDT
Latest reports indicate that the new Samsung Galaxy S3 will launch in the United States on T-Mobile and AT&T. Verizon should be receiving the device as well, however, as yet none of these carriers have officially confirmed that they will be offering the latest generation device from Samsung's Galaxy range.
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Bluetooth SIG has reportedly given its approval to two Samsung Galaxy S3 models specifically created for North America; the SGH-I747, and the SGH-T999.
According to Amazon, the SGH-I747 will be released on AT&T and the SGH-T999 will be released on T-Mobile.
Most tech. critics believe that the AT&T model will feature a dual-core Snapdragon S4 to accommodate LTE connectivity; whereas the T-Mobile version will feature Samsung's quad-core Exynos chip. Meanwhile Verizon may offer a dual-core Snapdragon S4 chip to utilize its LTE network.
T-Mobile and Sprint are hoping to move towards deploying LTE technology in the United States.
Recently the Japanese version of the Samsung Galaxy S3 was rumored to feature 2GB of RAM and a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor. Whereas the version of the device unveiled in London recently featured 1GB or RAM and the Exynos quad-core 1.5GHz processor.
Samsung is also reportedly releasing new accessories, including a wireless charging kit, a new backing with a flip cover, and a C-Pen stylus that is similar to the S-Pen on the Galaxy Note.
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