Bluetooth (SIG) Has Approved the Samsung Galaxy S III for All Four U.S. Carriers

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    It is official that the Samsung Galaxy S III is now bound for all four major carriers. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has approved four different versions of the phone, with features that are specific to each of the four carriers. AT&T were the first two to receive the certification, followed by Verizon and Sprint. Sprint's was the last version, and is pictured above.

    Source: AndroidPolice
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    Nice! Now to see if I can still get an early upgrade with Verizon. I'm not eligible until November for a regular upgrade :/
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    Hope it drops before VZ kills grandfathered unlimited data. This bad boy is going to cost an arm and a leg off-contract!

    I also hope they didn't mess with the design too much. I really do like the way it looks. I want the physical home button in place of the dorky 4 capacitive buttons. Leave it alone, Verizon!!!