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Dates surface for T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy III, Galaxy Note

New details suggest T-Mobile's summer will get started with one of the year's hottest Android smartphones.

If the rumors are true, the first day of summer will be a hot one for T-Mobile.

T-Mobile is slated to shine this summer with one of the hottest Android smartphones of the year, according to new details from TmoNews.

The blog has obtained an alleged release calendar for a number of upcoming handsets, including the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S III.

Should the information hold true, the first day of summer, June 20, will be hot for T-Mobile customers. On that day, the list advises that the Pebble Blue version of the Galaxy S III will debut in 16GB and 32GB iterations. Then, a 16GB Marble White S III will follow three weeks later. TmoNews doesn't talk pricing, but we may expect something in the range of $199 and $249 with two-year agreements.

July 11 also will be a significant date if the carrier debuts its iteration of the Galaxy Note as predicted. Exclusive to AT&T for now, the phone and tablet should get a boost by expanding to another carrier.

What's more, July 11 could see a pair of Huawei devices in the myTouch series, as well. Presumably aimed at entry-level smartphone buyers, the Huawei Phoenix and Huawei Buddy should balance out the high-end Samsung offerings.

If history is any indication, we should soon expect Samsung to hold a formal announcement for the Galaxy S III. Traditionally, the manufacturer has announced all of its U.S. models at one time, even if they weren't releasing them on the same day. Some readers may recall recent reports that the Galaxy S III will arrive in Canada on June 20, so perhaps we'll see a full-on North American invasion on that date. But whatever the case, we will keep our eyes open for a "save the date" e-mail.

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