The Official Samsung sign-up page for the US contains some information on the just-released Samsung Galaxy S3 that indicates a “carrier-preference” list. The list indicates that the phone will be making its way to Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, US Cellular and C Spire. While the fact remains that it could just Samsung seeing which carriers attract the most attention, larger carriers than C Spire such as Cricket are nowhere to be seen. Besides, Samsung does have the habit of bringing its S- Series of smartphones to as many carriers as possible.
The folks over at TheVerge got a tip from what they claim is a reliable source that the dynamic new smartphone will make its way over to Sprint. There have also been rumors around the internet that showed Verizon; which skipped the S2 will also be getting a piece of the S3. For now, the South Korean electronics giant said that it will be launching the US version of the phone next month. As to whether it will be getting the quad-core versions which are not LTE-enabled or the dual-core treatment that the HTC One X received is not known yet. But there are rumors that are currently circulating that T-Mobile which doesn’t have an LTE network spectrum will carry the quad-core version launched just hours ago.