We’ve long expected for each of the big four U.S. carriers — AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile — to launch Samsung’s latest Galaxy S III flagship smartphone. On Monday, test images, some of them awful, surfaced and revealed the model numbers for each carrier. The shots essentially dispel any doubts that the phone wouldn’t show up on every major carrier in the United States.
An image from AT&T’s SGH-I747 shows the face of a young woman, Verizon’s SCH-I535 snapped a photo of either a desktop or the ceiling (we warned you they were terrible images), T-Mobile’s SGH-T999 captured an image of an office ceiling and Sprint’s SPH-L710 snapped what appears to be either crumpled paper or a failed attempt at origami. The images reveal nothing, other than the model names and that the phones have functioning cameras, and we wish the test shots at least gave us a sample of the quality of the 8-megapixel camera.
Samsung has confirmed the Galaxy S III will launch in the U.S. this summer, so start saving those pennies. Be sure to check out the gallery of images below.