Remember those 4G LTE-enabled Samsung Galaxy S III units that are on their way to T-Mobile stores? Thanks to a newly-leaked image posted by our friends at TmoNews, now we know when those devices can continue their retail journey by moving from store shelves into our pockets.
According to the leaked document, T-Mobile plans to "update its supply" of Galaxy S IIIs with the new, LTE-enabled units on June 5. There's no mention of the LTE Galaxy S III's pricing in today's leak, though, so it looks like we'll have to wait for an official announcement from T-Mobile to finish filling out this unit's availability details.
Along with the LTE Galaxy S III launch, today's leak also contains information about the Samsung Galaxy Exhibit. The doc says that the Galaxy Exhibit will launch on May 29, complete with a 1GHz dual-core processor and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. According to a leak from earlier this year, the Galaxy Exhibit will also include a 5-megapixel camera and a display with a WVGA resolution. That may not sound like the most impressive spec list ever, but T-Mobile's Exhibit line has actually been made up of fairly entry-level hardware to date, and so it's not a surprise to learn that the Galaxy Exhibit will likely continue that trend. Once T-Mobile gives us the full rundown on both the Galaxy S III LTE and Galaxy Exhibit, you can bet that we'll pass along the details.