When Samsung announced the Galaxy S, they confirmed it was headed for the United States but chose not to announce a carrier. Recent speculation suggested the phone could land on AT&T and now the evidence is beginning to pile up.
Boy Genius Report spotted the Galaxy S (GT-I9000) on the FCC’s site sporting the AT&T 3G bands. A good number of these FCC filings never turn into actual launches, but we already know the Galaxy S is coming later this year. It is always possible for this device to launch on multiple carriers, but most Android phones have been carrier exclusives in the U.S.
Which carrier would you like to see pick up the Samsung Galaxy S?