Samsung’s flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S III, will be available beginning June 21st on all four major carriers—AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, & T-Mobile—plus US Cellular. This could mean that Samsung’s streaming music service, Music Hub, is also just around the corner, since its release in Europe coincided with that of the S III there.

Pricing for the device starts at $200 for the 16GB version and $250 for the 32GB version, both equipped with Ice Cream Sandwich and a 4.8-inch display. Sprint is the first to take pre-orders tomorrow.

[via Gizmodo]