We've got some good news to our Galaxy S III-loving European friends with a thing for 4G networks. According to the (usually very reliable) SammyHub, Samsung is preparing to bring the LTE version of its flagship smartphone to markets outside Korea and US.
The next stop of the Samsung Galaxy S III LTE tour will reportedly be Germany, where the device is said to come in October.
The European LTE-enabled Galaxy S III unit will take after their Korean cousins, keeping the Exynos 4 chipsets. As you might know Samsung opted for the Snapdragon S4 chipsets in the US version of the smartphone.
According to the source, the expected retail price of the LTE-packing Samsung Galaxy S III is going to be around €749. That's quite a premium to pay, considering that the regular version is currently retailing for about €499.