FCC gets visit from LTE enabled T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S III
sign off on the device. The SGH-T999L, as the phone is known to its best pals, will still have that HSPA+ connectivity just in case you live in a spot that has not yet been covered by T-Mobile LTE. With the LTE support on bands 4 and 17, it's party time for AT&T customers using this device, as well.
The only possible downside here is that the Samsung Galaxy S IV is getting closer and closer and with possible new features like the rumored "eye scroll," which tracks your eyes to scroll content on the screen, who is going to want a phone without the latest and greatest capabilities?
source: FCC via TmoNews
1. richardyarrell2011 (banned) (Posts: 510; Member since: 16 Mar 2011)
I always want the best. I love my Samsung Galaxy Note 2 nothing is better than this device period. I owned the Galaxy S3 and will be purchasing the Galaxy Note 3 in October 2013 when it's released for sure. Who knows just for GP I might pick up the Galaxy S4 also. Nothing beats Samsung period.
4. corporateJP (Posts: 2284; Member since: 28 Nov 2009)
If it comes with a time-adjusted price tag, meaning "cheap", it could still work very well. The S3 will become a solid mid-ranger once the S4 drops.
5. Cannabis (Posts: 22; Member since: 20 Jan 2013)
TMO is going to do what they always do with aging once upon a time flagships, offer them for free to new lines, then use them for their monthly4G phone lineup.
6. kevin_wsy (Posts: 34; Member since: 02 Mar 2012)
I think if I could get this phone for $300 off contract for a new one when it comes out with LTE up and running in my area, I wouldn't mind