Upcoming Release Dates For The Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note And Huawei-Based myTouch Devices

Oh yeah, it’s party time with a list of upcoming release dates for T-Mobile including the two most requested devices — the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note. So let’s just right to the meat of it, but first your standard warning that all dates rumors until final confirmation comes from the T-Mobile mothership and therefore subject to change yadda yadda.

  • 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

Unfortunately, we don’t have any pricing intel on any of the aforementioned devices nor any word on T-Mobile carrying a 32GB variant of the Ceramic White Galaxy S III. As always, we’re working to further confirm these dates as well as narrow down pricing details.

Now, have a great holiday weekend!

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  • yarrellray

    Talk about extremely happy this is the best news since December 15th 2011. When i thought leaving sprint to go to Verizon was a good choice. I will leave Verizon GLADLY due to it’s OVERRATED NETWORK, POOR UPDATES, POOR SIGNAL, POOR CUSTOMER COMMUNICATIONS. These devices for Tmobile brings them back to the pack amongst carriers. Plus with the chance of purchasing the current Galaxy Nexus through the Google play store and using it on Tmobiles GSM network what more can you ask for. Plus just think of the upcoming NEXUS with jellybean coming in November which also will be sold through the google play store tmo looks great to me. Galaxy Note, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy S2, and Htc One S, Htc Amaze 4g. Great time to move to tmobile. Bye bye Verizon i will gladly sell my CDMA NO UPDATE GALAXY NEXUS.

  • Pig_Vomit

    Relax, everyone.  It’s Samsung and T-Mobile!  All those release dates are for   *2013*.     :-)

    • mingkee

      or 3120

      • Carloslacend

        Why not best for 5000. What a stupid person. In 2013 this date will be talking of GS4

        • mingkee

          T999 has been passed FCC for few weeks, so the releaae day is counting.

  • mreveryphone

    Note going up on cl as we type gs3 ftw

  • Jgarofola

    I just picked up a galaxy1 today on gregs.list the women said she only used it for 1 month it has been
    A box for over a year. I need to update it still on 2.1 anyone have any idea how I go about updateing this vibrent.?

    • J-Hop2o6

       Sell it and get a SGS3, One S, Note, Amaze, or SGS2. SGS1 is wayy old and horrible (alot of issues).

    • allgalaxysgood

       Google for Kies mini, Samsung’s tool for updating the ROM. It’ll install Gingerbread 2.3.x. If you want ICS, root the phone http://forum.xda-developers.com/

  • mr me

    Fathers day promo: all phones are free promo ends on the 17th, then s3 comes out, smart thinking Tmo

    • Heh

      That is specifically why they do those sales, to clear out inventory for new products. It’s all planned.

  • JR69

    I just upgraded and picked up a one S and white SII for the wife on the BOGO.  I’ll have to see what it is like in person and then decide to sell one. But if the rumor is true and Google is going to release five different Nexus phones in November then I’ll definitely wait.  Maybe we’ll see Jelly Bean.   

  • Joe

    Where is the release date for the HTC One S black/red???

    • AnthonyRyan89

      Tmo didn’t pickup the black/red One S they wanted the blue

      • Devin

        Um, yes they did, and like said just before, its suppose to come out in June. They wanted to get a large stock in before they released it.

        • AnthonyRyan89

          Oh well I didn’t see that or had no idea that they would get it because from what HTC said before that’s the blue was going to Tmo

    • http://twitter.com/SParKlngCyaNide SparklingCyanide

       there were murmurs that the Black/Red One S would be coming end of June/Early July but I haven’t heard much in a while.

  • TMoFan

    The only thing missing is the HTC One X. :-)

    I’m happy to see these phones coming our way. Perfect additions to our lineup during rebuilding year.

    • http://twitter.com/SParKlngCyaNide SparklingCyanide

       Seriously agree, great start!  can’t wait to see what else they have down the pipeline.

  • mingkee

    Well, time to save money for Galaxy Note and move Galaxy Nexus to the line which has tzones.

  • http://omgdroid.com/ Tony Simons

    I’m pretty sure I’ll be picking this baby up too. Damnit, Samsung. Taking all my money.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SV4ULKDQAPIY7VPEPU3LHHV4OM Mr Tibbs

    Been wanting to add a new line, I was just waiting on the Note release date now i have it thanks David.

  • BoricuaBoy88

    FINALLY! That gives me just over one month to save up for my Note! If anybody is torn between the Note and SIII, understand that specs aren’t everything. More than likely, you will see Samsung release a Galaxy Note 2 with the same specs as the SIII and the features of the original Note, so patience is a virtue in that regard, in the meantime, settle for the Note, it’s still more than adequate for many people, and if you’re that fixated on CPU speeds, remember that you can always root the phone and flash an ICS rom that enables CPU Overclocking up to 1.8Ghz, making it even more competitive with newer devices.

  • Bryck

    Is the GSIII Going to have LTE support???

    • TBN27

      No. Because the LTE network will be up and running in the middle of next year

  • Jarrod

    If they don’t include LTE on the Note in band T-Mobile plans on using, I hope they at least add in DC-HSPA+

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/mrjlwilliams?feature=mhee mrjlwilliams (Click here)

    All you waiting on the galaxy note are going to be so amazed, it will be very hard to go back to a smaller screen. Trust me, I love mine. Wow.

    • Wilma Flintstone

      I’ve demoed the AT&T version at Best Buy and I Love it.  It took me some getting used to but I love it.  It did lag a bit between menu screens though but I can live with that.

      • None

        When you say demo, do you mean play with the phones in best buy like the rest of us?

  • Pig_Vomit

    A few posters here say that they are going to buy *both* the GSIII and the Note.  Isn’t the GSIII similar enough to the Note that you wouldn’t need both?  Aren’t you concerned that the Note, which by the TMO release date will have been released nine months earlier in Europe and five months earlier on AT&T, is somewhat obsolete given that a quad core Note 2 will likely be released no later than six months down the road?  Help me out here with the reasons you think you need both.  Not hating here, just curious.

    Personally, even though I’m excited about the GSIII, I’m hoping that HTC will release a version of the One X with a microSD slot or at least more internal memory than 16GB so that I can avoid buying a Samsung product ever again (burned Vibrant owner here).  HTC seems to get it much better than Samsung as far as product support and OS upgrades.

    • Ali

      With the price, why not just buy the new line of Samsung Tabs that are sure to be released if you just want the bigger screen, too?

  • Weezy0803

    To be honest tha dates are aye rumor because tha gs2 didn’t come out Oct nd nov so expect tha same for gs3

    • http://tmonews.com David

      Ummmm, no. Those dates may end up being a day or a week off, but they won’t be months off.

      • Weezy0803

        Just like tha ics date that’s been posted here right like I said expect fall for these phones

        • Heh

          Yah, don’t argue with the founder of the web site when you have the English and grammar skills of a first grader. What is it with T-Mobile’s customer demographic lately? Why don’t they teach these kids English if they insist on importing them into the country.

        • Weezy0803

          Who said I was arguing with tha founder I’m stating facts … tha phone haven’t came out for international yet due to tha phone issues so why would they bring to tha US

        • XHD

          did you not notice the release date by Samsung is “SUMMER”.

    • http://tmonews.com David

      You’re right, you know better than me.

    • IRIE4IPIER

      Why do you phrase “the” with “tha”? You look like an idiot, especially when you are trying to make a point.

      • Weezy0803

        Yuh still understand it right smh at trolls

  • Matt

    hopefully this will be the quad core version since it would work on the HSPA+ network. if it isnt the quad core version, then ill wait for the nexus phones coming out in november because i bet those will be quad core for the US carriers 

  • John

     Does anyone know if the Galaxy SIII is going to have the WiFi calling too?

    • TBN27

      All t-mobile smart phones will have wi-fi calling. It is a unique convenient feature that sets themselves apart from the other 3.

      • ogopogo

         Agreed. And one of the points that T-Mobile should really be pushing. Combining WiFi calling and Google voice allowed me to call back to the US for free in Canada, the UK, and Dubai.

      • John

         I am sure it will get it but even a few android phones were released without wifi calling.  The Galaxy S II was one of them.

        • TBN27

          I know because i have a GSII however, T-Mobile has mentioned before that all smartphones will have them. It is a standard and very useful feature.

        • John

          That is really the main reason that I stick with T-mobile.  I started with a blackberry and as soon as the android got wifi calling, I went android.  I have the mytouch 4g and I am ready for an upgrade and I am looking forward to the GSIII.  I just could not get it unless it had the wifi calling though. Good to hear that it is going to have it.  :)

  • http://twitter.com/fightcrazy Vinny

    Very exciting stuff on T-Mobile. This should bring many new customers flocking to T-Mobile. Been with T-Mobile for years, get very fast data speeds and great service. The only issue I ever had was the selection of phones,(there isn’t one) Now with these new bad guys coming it puts a completely new look on things. Many customers may choose the Note, Great phone, Hope it comes threw with the international software (processor). I am like a kid in a candy store after hearing this news. The new SGS3 along with T-Mobile’s super fast HSPA+ Network will make this guy a very happy camper. Thank You T-Mobile.

  • Brandon

    BRING ON THE NOTE!!

  • Heh

    All in all, very solid high-end additions to the lineup. Should hold us over until the first T-Mobile LTE smartphones start showing up nearer to the end of the year.

  • Juicebox

    I’d take Samsung over Huawei anytime!

  • Bryck

    Does anyone know if the T-Mobile’s NOTE has upgraded specs then the AT&T one.

    • Heh

      The only thing we know is that it will launch with ICS pre-installed. As far as hardware, the strong theory right now is that it will be identical to AT&T’s version (S3 dual core). It makes sense from a manufacturing and cost standpoint, especially for a value carrier like T-Mobile.

      • Bryck

         I thought so..Thanks

      • IRIE4IPIER

        If the Note comes with S4, I will definitely be getting that.

  • Bryck

    Man!! I’m debating between the SIII and the
    Note…..the specs of the Note are not  that much of a downgrade
    in confront of the SIII, if at really is a downgrade lol…..I’ve been reading lots of reviews about the
    Note and I’m really starting to think about scooping one instead of the
    SIII….Any suggestion guys???….I really like the screen of the note and the hardware specs are pretty good to……anyone that has a note and can help me make up my mind thanks.

    • Heh

      Exact same scenario for me. The Note is (in my opinion) superior. The larger screen and usability of the stylus outweighs anything the S III has. It changes the whole dimensionality of what the phone is. They both have pretty much exact same displays, 720p Pentile Amoled. I can’t think of a single reason to get the GS-III over the Note. Especially because our Note launches with ICS. The only reason is if you have size issues with the Note, but trust me, you’ll get over them.

      • Bryck

         Thanks. Let’s hope its supports 42HSPA+

      • InpraiseofHim

        I really like my Note. The stylus is nice for me because I take names of people that I need to add to our church prayer list and it is very handy! I would like to see the new updates on the new Note which will make it all the more wonderful! I only have one addition to my wish list and that would be having it lighter but I can certainly live with such a great phone no matter what they do with it. I do not think that it will be on our shelves very soon though; suprise me Samsung! :-)

    • mreveryphone

      I’d go with the gs3. I have the note and have used the s pen 4 times since having the phone. It’s cool at first then it gets old. The screen is nice and big but it can get cumbersome to use at times. Plus it will have an old processor which makes the phone lag and stutter.

  • Selre

    Wait a second the LTE version of the S III has not passed through the FCC yet. We’re talking 25 days until the supposed release date? Riiight. 

    Don’t think so

    • niftydl

      Tmobile is not going to have an LTE network for a while, so all the current phones are just 42Mb HSDP. The release dates are possible, but pure speculation, we will wait and see.

      • Jovthe1

        The One S from when i learned trough a training with the T-Mobile rep the at HTC says its already LTE capable just waiting on the network

        • http://www.thatsitguys.com/ Meleniumshane90

          Rofl… yeah, they’re going to activate the invisible LTE modem when their network goes up.

    • Pig_Vomit

      The LTE version just went through FCC.

      http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/26/samsung-fcc-with-lte

    • Heh

      Yahhhh… No. We’re not getting the same LTE version as AT&T (which by the way also passed FCC just recently). We’re getting the T-Mobile version SGH-T999 which was approved and is HSPA+ 42 only.

  • Anthonyaldrete

    will t mobile version have the same processor that is in the UK version ?

    • now_onTMO

      we don’t know yet.. let’s hope fo rthe best

    • J-Hop2o6

       No, it will be the same as AT&T’s (S3/8660). Its already been confirmed.

  • now_onTMO

     oh just wanted to share… if you anyone here is a comcast xfinity subscriber, there is now an app available that lets you stream movies, shows, etc.. it’s finally available on android

    exfinity tv play.. i think

  • matt

    No release dates or news on any new Windows Phone devices.  What a shock.

    • Heh

      They make up less than 5% marketshare. Do you blame anybody for not introducing new models when despite everything Microsoft doesn’t, they just DON’T SELL WELL?

      • Aaron Tant

        true, but I love the Radar.  I own it and sell it.  My store (obviously not speaking for other stores) can’t keep them in stock.

  • JBLmobileG1

    I hope that the Note supports HSPA+ 42mbps… if so I may use my upgrade. Having a big screen would be nice…. then again not sure what kind of case to get it without making it too large for my pockets.

    • Whb456

      Check out the cases from Proporta… This is the case i pre-ordered

      Proporta Samsung Galaxy S3 Leather Case Cover Sleeve with Lifetime Warranty, this case has an Aluminum lined case, and they also carry a leather like case.

      And i see that Amazon has reduced the price since my purchase, and the shipping date is May 30th.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CYQUMMC7Z4UBLSHQAJGNJBKVPM JamesS

    cool!

  • http://twitter.com/fightcrazy Vinny

    I am freaken pumped. Going to buy the SGS3 AND the NOTE. I am absolutely thrilled that T-Mobile has figured out what has kept tons of new customers from coming to their Network, great phones. Once the buss is out that T-Mobile has these devices it will work it’s momentum to the middle of the road devise buyer as well. When they get their 1900 spectrum working for  HSPA+ they will get many unlocked device customers running to their site. People are dying to leave AT&T with their I-Phones and other devices. 

    • Enoel69

      True that…the 1900MHz refarming strategy has the the iPhone on its sights but also on a multitude of other devices with those bands. A lot of Att customers who are tired of being nickel n dimed are also a target…bring ur device and u will find a good home at Magenta.

      • mreveryphone

        Yep the one x is dead in my sites when the 1900 band becomes available! Gs3 as my daily driver and one x as my backup. Helluva combo right there!

  • Palus85

    As a T-Mobile Rep I’m happy we are getting these two devices. Hopefully T-Mobile prices these right so that they will be easy to sell lol. All we need is the iPhone 5 and the reframe and we will be back!

  • BoricuaBoy88

    If I were a betting man, I would say that the Note comes out sporting an S3 processor and supporting 42mbps HSPA+. My hope would be the same, but with an S4 in place of the S3. And I prefer the Blue(ish) model. It makes it look of a higher quality, especially with the textured back and the dark front bezel which really makes it resemble a tablet. The white model looks cheaper with the smooth, glossy back and the white bezel around the screen. If the phone were smaller, the white model would be more appealing, but the size demands attention, and a unibody color scheme which hides the screen stands out more, ironically.

  • Fredharriso

    Looking forward to the release of the Galaxy Note. have been using the unlocked gsm version and can’t wait to get my hand on a real 4g version. 

  • SocalTeknique

    Holy $hit!!!! I just got an HTC Amaze (Wind Mobile version) because of the camera features but I guess it’s going to be a quickie and replace it with a Note this summer.

  • Carlos

    My hope is that the Note will be released with ICS and Premium Suite. While the release dates include even the color on the other models, no word about whether the white or blue Note phone will be released on Jul 11. I almost switched to ATT, but with this news definitely I will wait and stay with tmobile. 

    • J-Hop2o6

       Its ICS, and its not the white version (only seen pics of the black one).

      • BM1

        Good!  Hopefully T-Mobile will offer both colors for those who prefer the white version!

        • Scarfacemario

          Thank You I am one of those people who prefer the white version. 

        • poopoo

          racist

  • N Lam

    Super excited! Just want the Note to come to t-mobile ASAP!

  • josue cifuentes

    TMO not better have $200+ price tags on the phones if they do customers will look else where 

    • Scarfacemario

      High end phones are always $200 on contract I’m pretty sure the note might be a little more but I dnt care if I pay $300 for the note I’m still getting it no matter what price ……I hope they have the white one on release date though

      • tekmonkey

        I bought the SGS 1 for $99 when it first came out from Costco.  Tmo was selling it for $199.

        • Scarfacemario

          wow nice true well i bought my galaxy s2 white for $149 but your price is great!! i should check else where first before going to T-mobile.

    • ABC

      Lol…… Better start lookin else where then!

    • bsa

      Better start saving up cause sg3 & the note are gonna be bank breaker for you then

  • HelloAmaze

    If there was a poll to which phone seems to be getting more attention in the comments, its the Note, GS3 is looking a little mashed

  • Y314K

    Got a ? about those that know about Euro bands vs TMo bands…

    Got a family member going to multiple countries in Europe for the summer…..  England, Germany, France, Switzerland, Spain for over a month….  They will hope to buy a monthly GSM sim card that works in multiple countries…  Anybody know what would be the best carrier for all those country’s…  Preferably with texting and 3G…

    Said family member would like to travel with the least amount of hardware for taking Pictures, Videos,  making Calls, Texting, Surfing the web, Skype..  Using wifi where possible & 3G too… Etc…

    I know an international SGIII would be perfect but crazy expensive….$694 as of right now…  But our full upgrade with Tmo USA became available in April…  And although we where planing to wait for A15 phone to upgrade…  I am now hopping the SGIII gets release on TMo before said family member leaves for Europe..

    My ? is…  I know international phones are mostly compatible here with ATT…  But I was wondering if a TMobile SGIII would be voice, txt, 3G data compatible with any carriers in the European city’s above…  That way we can use the SGIII for everything needed & it would be ready to use on TMo USA for the rest of the contract afterwards….

    What are the chances that the SGIII would be a world phone???  Is there another phone u would recomend for this…  That would be as fast as the SGIII… Specially for pics…

    • Gwapo

      Buy Nexus 2 or iPhone 3GS from CL.

    • Izzybrexx

      Galaxy nexus

      • Y314K

        Right…  That would be a $399 option…  But from the reviews of the camera I’ve seen…  It would be just an average camera option & shorter battery life….  The SGIII seems to have a much better camera…  And the SGIII should have a higher resell value then the GNexus…

        The Expansys-USA $695 version list it’s band as “Network 2.5G (GSM / GPRS / EDGE): 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900MHz 3G (HSPA+ 21Mbps): 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100MHz” which seems if I am not mistaken that it would work fully in Europe & would work on TMobile USA on 21Mbs after the refarming…  But not if TMo is still on the 1700 band for HSAP+..

        The Tmobile US SGIII version should come with a 42Mbs modem but not sure if it will come with the Europe bands… Although the refarming that TMobile suppose to do for the rest of the year might make them include some of the bands…  Since nothing has been anounce…   It’s all speculation on my part…

  • BM1

    No one takes Engadget reviews very serious these days when it comes to high end Android handsets, as it’s quite apparent they are clearly tied/aligned with Apple.  If you want a complete detailed review of the Galaxy S3 and Touchwiz’s unique features go to GSM Arena (also check out the HTC One X vs Galaxy S3 comparison).                                     

    • Heh

      On the contrary, I think Engadget has become one of the best all around gadget/ tech blogs, especially as of late. Gizmodo has gone down the tubes. In every conceivable way. Their new page formatting stinks, and they have some new media/ pop culture/ celebrity garbage mixed in with tech reporting. Engadget has been my only go to lately. Other than T-Mo News of course! And by the way, how could you possibly say they’re Apple shills. USED TO BE for sure. Now they spend half of their coverage on all of the 100,000 new Android phones coming out/ soon to be coming out/ thinking about coming out/ etc etc etc. They cover Android all the time.

  • tenlay

    I am not a tech expert or anything like that but I like to know if anyone can tell me which phone is better for normal use.  I don’t use it for extensive gaming, except for surfing the net and youtube watching.  If GS3 comes with Snapdragon S4 processor and Note comes with S3 processor with ICS, which is a better phone ?  Btw, I don’t mind the size of the Note since I have big hands…lol  Any advise would help…..thank you. 

    • NathanParks

      if you can deal with the size, i’d say go for the note. since you don’t plan on using your phone for games, you don’t really need the fastest dual core processor. it has a gb of ram and that’s really all you need.

    • jerry

      GS3 for sure. Bettet battery life and better CPU. S4 is by far better than s3. I played with the note in att store today, its really laggy. but still, try it yourself first.

  • Ai15381

    When do toy guys think the note 2 will be released? Some people say it will be announced in Sept that would suck if I got the note in July and they announce a new one that fast. As much as I want the note that is something that is making think I should get the sg3 which is still an awesome phone. But I kind of want the huge screen. Idk what I will do yet but its cool to have options.

  • Brubawil

    My big question is will the GS3 be quad-core on T-mobile? Cause I’ve seen other reports on the radios not being compatible with the quad-core processor. Or is that only the LTE radio or all 4G radios?

    • TMOTECH

      I think it is just the LTE radio. The International version is has HSPA+ 21. I would think it would be a slight modification to make it 42.

  • Nypdreport

    AT&T ought to be prosecuted by the Department of Justice for
    monopoly, price fixing, prevent competition and conspiracy with Apple, Inc.

    AT&T is the first and the only US carrier sells iPhone for the
    first three and half years in the US before any other US carriers. AT&T is also
    the only US carrier benefits financially from this monopoly, but the majority
    of the consumers suffered. Even the consumers of the AT&T ended up paying a
    higher rate.

    Now, AT&T stroked again with the “Samsung galaxy note” deal. AT&T
    is the only US carrier exclusively selling this hot phone. The majority of the consumers
    got screwed again.

    Folks, by leaving Verizon, Sprint or T mobile and then switch to AT&T
    for galaxy note will only help AT&T to have more money to strike on us in
    the future again. Let’s stand together to say no to AT&T. Let’s stand
    together to bring enough attention to the US Department of Justice. Just like MCI
    brought US DOJ to defeat AT&T in the 1980s.

    US DOJ has already charged Apple for price fixing of the eBook. That’s
    far not enough. Apple’s role is at least conspiracy with AT&T. Apple also
    benefits from prevent positive competition with Samsung. The victims are us,
    people, and the consumers from US. We cannot expect Verizon, Sprint or T mobile
    to bring AT&T to court for monopoly because that never happened for the
    last five years. We don’t know why these big three companies allow AT&T the
    screw around. But we do know that we, the consumers from US are the true victims.

    People from Europe, Asia or Africa enjoyed “Samsung galaxy S2” five
    months earlier than US people did. “Samsung galaxy note” is another three
    months earlier, even as today, the other big three US carriers still can’t announce
    for the galaxy note release. All the first four Major carriers in UK are already
    selling galaxy note.

    We, the US consumers are being ignored and discriminated by the arrogant
    AT&T and Apple Inc. we need US DOJ to protect the US consumers’ rights.

    • TMOTECH

      At the risk of defending AT&T you have no clue. It is not a conspiracy. It is called a contract between two private companies. Do I think it was crappy of Apple and AT&T to hold exclusivity for so long? Yes. But not illegal and a great business move for them. If T-Mobile had secured such a deal we would all be saying well played! So get off your high horse and realize that sometimes you make a good business deal and that’s all it is. 

      • now_onTMO

         is it really hard for you to say the word ” greed”.. admit or not , these companies are greedy.. there i said it.. it’s true!  and yes we are the victims and we can’t do anything about it..

        *rolleyes*

        • TMOTECH

          Greed is human nature. Denying it is to ask yourself not to be human. Why do people want 800 dollar phones for nothing? So they can spend money on other things. That is the simplest form of greed. Give me so I can have more. Don’t worry about the forgotten man. That is why we have people on welfare with iPhone’s and big screen T.V.’s while they swipe their EBT card at the strip club for cash so they can buy weed and beer. Because they are greedy. They don’t care who they screw. At least Big business is providing you a service while they take your money. And they also provide others with jobs so they can buy other goods and services. Others just expect things for free and don’t want to work for it. I do not blame the Big Bells for cutting the deals they have cut. More power to them. I just wish T-Mobile was savvy enough to do the same.

        • now_onTMO

           i disagree… greed is not human nature, it’s a choice.. people are not born that way , only choose to be that way… these companies are greedy, it’s more than obvious, the fact that we have many carriers here in the US but all have different basebands so can’t use your phone on other carrier’s network prove their greediness.. but i don’t really complain because im ok with tmobile , i love tmobile, i’m simply stating what is obvious and we as consumers seem to have gotten used to it and live with it.. whatever , right?

          and please, don’t wish for tmobile to be ‘savvy’ that way , if it ever happened, their rate plans would get higher.. LOL

          “Why do people want 800 dollar phones for nothing? So they can spend money on other things. That is the simplest form of greed.” – i can’t comprehend this..

          peace.. :)

        • Mark

           Companies are in business to make money. If you don’t agree with them, don’t do business with them. Simple as that. Greed is in human nature. Phone companies use different basebands because that is what was available to buy in auctions and that is what they are allowed to use.

        • now_onTMO

           oh.. ok  :)

          but still , i think greed is not human nature because it’s a behavior… it’s a choice

        • InpraiseofHim

          Yes. Greed is a choice to sin!

    • http://www.facebook.com/iiJecire @Jecire

      what trumps your theory here is the fact PEOPLE are not FORCED to buy this.I agree with almost ANYTHING logical and I co-sign your thoughts. Hell ya its all a game and BS behind closed doors but the MAJORITY of people do NOT think like you and I so this is why companies with schemes flourish ! Its SAD but REALITY the problem started with the way we think !

  • tekmonkey

    Any issues with previous SGS white phones?  Im debating on getting the white SGS 3, currently have a black SGS 1.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/V7NRHBLZKLH6P2YMQOEOD7HE6I Jeremy

    the gs3 is to big down size it or make it were the screen is a little smaller and make the phone more compact for tmobile

    • Ljones507

      You got to be kidding me.lol

    • Scarfacemario

      this phone in my opinion is actually selling because of the screen size well thats why i want it and if thats your complain then get your self a galaxy s2 or something …geez!! 

    • TMOTECH

      Me no understand you broken English…

      • Hh

        You no funny

    • Peter896

      What Jeremy was trying to say was, “The GS3 is too big. Downsize it. Make the screen little smaller. And make the phone more compact for Tmobile.” Too many fragment sentences.

  • https://www.facebook.com/michael.t.delgado Michael D

    What processor will the T-mobile’s version of the Note have?  Guessing S3 or maybe S4?

  • farfromovin

    Dying to know which processor we’re getting. My guess is the s4 just for 42mbps. Although I also have my fingers crossed that the international version supports 1700mhz. That would be a tough choice. World wide dev support and possibly better lifespan as more quad core apps come to market but slower data or the zippy dual core with 42mbps connectivity ans a bastardized dev community. Ohh the choices (SGS3 of course).