Samsung Galaxy S III appears in US Cellular’s computer system

It’s pretty much a no brainer that the Samsung Galaxy S III will launch on the four major US carriers, but with regional carriers we can’t be so sure. With an entry in their internal computer system, US Cellular can be added to the list of networks expected to receive the new Samsung flagship handset. The listings show a 16GB model in both white and pebble blue color schemes.

We’re not sure when any US carriers will officially announce the Galaxy S III, but a summer launch is what we are looking for. The US Cellular version might ship later than those for Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T, but a simultaneous release would also make sense.

[via AndroidCentral]

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  • Mix Oflix

    Hey Kevin, I’m curious to know why you added the line about U.S. Cellular releasing the Galaxy SIII later then the other 4 carriers. I’m on T-Mobile but I’m just curious.

    • Kevin@STLTechTalk

      Probably said because of USC reputation of releasing phones later than other carriers. Aviator, Electrify, GS2 are just a few examples. I do hope this time it is different.

      • socalrailroader

        USCC (United States Cellular Corporation), USC is the University of Southern California. ;)

        • Jaysen_MikalGrantAllen

          USC is also the University of South Carolina

  • Ren

    Sprint version will have QuadCore

  • Justin

    @Ren the Sprint version is going to have a Snapdragon S4 like all the others. the only reason their Galaxy S II got the Exynos is because they were behind in the LTE game. Currently, there are no quad core processors out that are capable of LTE and with Sprint pushing LTE as hard as they can, its pretty much a guarantee you’ll find the Snapdragon inside

  • JulianZHuang

    Too bad, my next phone will be the next new iphone….