Finally, after months of waiting and a teaser last week that it was on the way, we’ve nailed down a release date on the Galaxy S III LTE. Assuming everything goes well and there’s no hiccups or delays , the Galaxy S III LTE should make its way on to T-Mobile shelves on June 5th. The new model will allow T-Mobile to remove supply of the current S III and replace it with the LTE variant.
However, that’s not all the phone news we have today as we’ve got one more mid-range surprise. The Galaxy Exhibit SGH-T599 is heading to T-Mobile on May 29th. The mid-range device features a 1GHz dual-core processor with “4G” speeds which likely means no LTE. Also included on board is a 5 megapixel camera and a preloaded media hub app straight from Samsung. You’ll start things up with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean…which already gives you an advantage on over half of T-Mobile’s Android lineup. I kid I kid.
T-Mobile says the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit “expands on T-Mobile’s impressive collection of Samsung’s Galaxy line of devices.”
No word on price for either device.
Samsung Galaxy S III (LTE) Launches June 5 & Samsung Galaxy Exhibit Launches May 29
T-Mobile continues to set itself apart as the Un-carrier by adding more devices to its current lineup, giving customers the best access to a smoking fast network.
On June 5, T-Mobile will update its supply of the Samsung Galaxy S III with a new version that will support LTE.
On May 29, the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit ™ will launch in all channels. The Samsung Galaxy Exhibit ™ expands on T-Mobile’s impressive collection of Samsung’s Galaxy line of devices. This latest smartphone is powered by Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) running on a 1GHz dual core processor.