Galaxy S III is set to arrive in the US this month, on the networks of five wireless carriers in the country. Samsung has already made an official announcement on the matter, and promised additional info in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, we see that the device is indeed nearing its availability, as the FCC has just approved the specific flavors for Sprint and Verizon, Pocketnow reports
The AT&T and T-Mobile flavors of the device have already received clearance, and more models are now approved for use in the country.
The Verizon Galaxy S III, which emerged in leaked images
only recently, will arrive on shelves with model number SCH-I535 attached to it, while Sprint’s flavor will sport model SPH-L710.
Both handsets will offer support for EV-DO data and LTE, while Verizon’s device also features GSM and EDGE data on the 850MHz and 1900MHz bands, which should make it some sort of a global device.