The Samsung Galaxy S III may still be a long way off, but you can satiate you gadget lust with a trio of new phones revealed by the Wi-Fi certification website. Ameblo (1, 2, 3) spotted all three and grabbed them off the web - good on ya, guys. The phones have model numbers SGH-T999, SGH-I535 and SPH-L710. There's not much information on the phones as far as release goes, but there is a little info to be gleaned from the specifications in the certification listings.
The T999 has a 720p screen, which indicates that it might be the Galaxy S Blaze 4G that T-Mobile announced at CES. That phone will easily be Samsung's flagship on the carrier with a Super AMOLED screen and 1.5Ghz dual-core processor. There's still no concrete price or release date for this one, but expect it soon. The I535 is a mystery, though the presence of a CDMA/LTE radio indicates a Verizon release, and the listing mentions Ice Cream Sandwich. The L710 will probably headed for the Now Network.
All three phones could be shown off at Mobile World Congress in a couple of weeks - or not, since MWC attendees don't usually cater to US carriers at the Barcelona show. The phones' appearance on the WiFi certification site certainly indicate that they're coming soon, though, and the I535 is particularly promising - we can hope that it's the Galaxy Journal (AKA Verizon's Galaxy Note) but don't really have any solid evidence for it. Hey, a nerd can dream.