In the past, Samsung has designed the same phone differently so as to give US-based carriers some sort of differentiation. The US variants of Galaxy S and Galaxy S II had a different design compared to the interational counterparts. However, it seems Samsung will do away with such customization and adopt a single design globally.
Pictured here are the Pebble Blue and Marble White variants of Galaxy S III meant for T-Mobile USA and it features a physical Home button, which was missing in the previous Galaxy S iterations. The only changes from the international version of Galaxy S III are the T-Mobile logo and the phone’s name at the back.
Samsung is expected to release the device this month during the Galaxy S III World Tour in New York.