I think it's fake, because TMO brand name is usually on front at the top and not on the back cover. Samsung sign is below the screen as on all Samsung phones. This is 100% fake as it doesn't follow the normal route
Hope this is the case. Versions should be the same where possible everywhere.
Easier for Samsung to support (updates available same time to all carriers);
Easier for devs to produce ROMS;
Easier for app developers;
Accessories can be produced in one size (so more accessory options likely);
No more complaints about which version looks better / has better hardware.
I know LTE currently needs a different chipset, but tht will change with the A15 - pity this wasn't the case for S3.
Anyway, there's many more reasons. This is a win-win for all.
I think this is way better to be one phone with same hardware, Because its one of the most annoying problems in Custom ROMs/Kernels world.
I hope Samsung be like Apple no more variety.
And I'm talking about the flagship phone better be unified!
nomi, 02 Jun 2012I think it should be the same everywhere, as its one phone. They could only fit in different ... moreI agree....there should be a standard design and configuration everywhere....S II had so many versions that they seemed completely different phones.....
nomi, 02 Jun 2012I think it should be the same everywhere, as its one phone. They could only fit in different ... moreI agree....the phone must have a standard design everywhere.......galaxy s II had so many versions that they all seemed like completely different phones.....
I like the Galaxy S III word on the back.. Wish international version has it too.. lol
An alleged press photo for Samsung Galaxy S III for T-Mobile has leaked out, thus revealing the looks of one of the carrier versions of the US bound smartphone. As most of you have probably guessed by now, the biggest surprise about the handset's appearance is that it is, well, unchanged from the...