The crew at The Verge received what they believe to be press images of T-Mobile’s Galaxy SIII variant. As you’ll notice immediately, the phone includes the dedicated home button that U.S. carriers have forced Samsung to abandon in the past. With the Galaxy S and SII, we saw carriers in the States drop the middle button in favor of a 4-button (back/home/search/menu) approach, so this is surprising to say the least.
One question immediately comes to mind after seeing these photos – how do you all feel about a physical home button? We thought for sure that it would disappear when the phone landed here, but maybe Samsung finally laid down the law and said, “This is the #1 phone in Android and this is how it comes. Take it or leave it.”
Via: The Verge