We can now confirm that the SM-G900T exists, as we discovered its User Agent profile over at Samsung Mobile’s website. The UA profile is similar to the one of the SM-G900A (which is believed to be AT&T’s Galaxy S5), so it mentions a display with 1080 x 1920 pixels.
Earlier today, an UA profile for a Sprint-bound Samsung SM-G900P was also discovered. Of course, everyone is expecting all major US carriers to offer the new S5 at some point, so these recent findings do not surprise us.
Granted, while the existence of the SM-G900T, SM-G900A, SM-G900P and others is confirmed, we can’t be completely sure that they are Galaxy S5 variants. In any case, Samsung will almost certainly announce its next generation flagship smartphone at MWC later this month, during an Unpacked event scheduled to take place on February 24.