T-Mobile’s LTE-capable Samsung Galaxy S III passes through the FCC, is now one step closer to release
T-Mobile is finally jumping on the LTE train, after trying to push its HSPA+ network as comparable to Verizon’s and AT&T’s LTE efforts for all of last year. But any new network tech needs devices able to use it, and TMo knows this. So it’s been widely rumored that an LTE-capable version of the Samsung Galaxy S III would arrive at the magenta carrier sometime soon (maybe even this month).
T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S III has the model number T999. And a T999L has been spotted a few times up until now. L, get it?
Yeah. This T999L has now been caught at the FCC, getting certified and all that. What this means is that it’s obviously ever closer to sitting on an actual store shelf in due course. Previously rumored release dates have been March 27 and April 3, so it looks like in a month or less you’ll be able to order a brand spanking new superfast LTE-enabled Galaxy S III from T-Mobile. Stay tuned and we’ll let you know just when to head over to the magenta carrier’s website and hit the Add to cart button.
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