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Galaxy S III confirmed for five major US networks starting in June

Samsung just sent out the news that you've been waiting for: the Galaxy S III will be available on all four of the US' big cellular networks, plus regional network US Cellular. The rollouts will begin in June (probably with T-Mobile) and prices on contract will begin at $199. Precise dates, prices and other details weren't mentioned in Samsung's press release - the individual networks will make their own announcements "in the coming weeks".

New evidence for the Galaxy S III on AT&T and US Cellular

At this point, the mystery of "will it or won't it" in reference to the Big Four US carriers is over: if you're on a nationwide cellular company you'll get the option to buy the Galaxy S III eventually. Today's leak shows Samsung's flagship heading through the hallowed halls of the FCC with AT&T bands, just as it did for T-Mobile. But wait a tick: there's good news even if you're not on one of the cellular behemoths, as the GSIII was spotted in an internal US Cellular system too.

HTC One V heads to the US this summer

T-Mobile's One S and AT&T's One X are grabbing headlines, but let's not forget about the junior member of HTC's new first family. The Taiwanese company made a brief press announcement today stating that the HTC One V would be headed to the US of A this summer, on "a variety of U.S. partners". No more precise date or pricing information is available, but the One V is well-positioned to be an excellent low-to-mid-range Android device.

US Cellular begins selling the LTE-equipped Samsung Galaxy S Aviator

Users of regional carier US Cellular, rejoice! You now have an option for an LTE smartphone, in addition to the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. The Galaxy S Aviator is now available from the wireless provider for $199.99. less a $100 rebate. If you happen to live in one of the few areas that US Cellular actually offers LTE service in addition to 3G, you can pick it up for $99. The phone will go on sale on US Cellular's website and retailers today.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 becomes US Cellular’s first LTE device

Verizon and AT&T get the most ink for their super-fast LTE networks in the US, but they aren't alone. Regional carrier US Cellular has been working on gaining a foothold for LTE in various markets, and the tried-and-tested Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be the first device to take advantage of it. The Android Honeycomb tablet is launching on the network's website and in retail stores today. The price is $499 with the 5GB data plan or $599 with the 200MB plan, both after a $100 mail-in rebate, but there's a special introductory price of $399 at the moment.

HTC says One V headed to Metro PCS, Virgin Mobile and US Cellular

HTC's new One line has gotten a lot of us Android fans excited, and in America we're doubly excited to see a European launch event confirm US releases. The flagship HTC One X will be headed for AT&T (with a reduced Qualcomm dual-core processor) and the HTC One S is on its way to T-Mobile. But what of the One V, the smaller, cheaper phone that revives HTC's Legend design? According to PhoneScoop, it's headed for the land of the free as well: low-cost and prepaid carriers Metro PCS, Virgin Mobile and U.S. Cellular have already begun the initial steps towards adding the phone, said an HTC representative.

US Cellular gets the Samsung Galaxy S II

If you're one of the ~6 million customers of United States semi-regional cellular carrier U.S. Cellular, you're probably used to getting older smartphones (or just not getting them at all) by now. Well good news, thrifty consumer: you can now enjoy one of the best phones from 2011, on the regional/value carrier of your choice. The Samsung Galaxy S II will be available from U.S. Cellular soon, at a rebated price of $229.99. There's no exact release date for the phone, but it should be available within the next few weeks.
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