When Samsung announced that the Galaxy S III would be coming to America sometime in June, they left out the details as to which carriers would offer the new flagship device. But thanks to the FCC, we now know that ol’ magenta, T-Mobile, will be getting their own version. According to the report, the T-Mobile variant will go under the model number SGH-T999, which makes sense, seeing how the Galaxy S II was the T-989. The device comes with HSPA+ support on both 850MHz and 1900MHz WCDMA bands, which are GSM Bands that can also be reconfigured, it also has support for 1700MHz AWS.
We know which bands it will be running, but sadly the FCC report doesn’t give us any clues, that we didn’t already know, about the exterior of the device. With the European model set to be released in about 10 days, this FCC report does tell us that its US “summer” release could be coming in early to mid-June.