AT&T will begin selling the Samsung Galaxy S III at its stores Friday, the company announced in a blog.
The Texas-based carrier will sell the 16-GB version of the phone in both its Marble White and Pebble Blue colors for $199.99 with a two-year contract — it will not sell the 32-GB version of the phone as some of its competitors do.
The company, though, has not confirmed when an AT&T-exclusive red version of the phone will go on sale.
The Galaxy S III made its debut in Europe in late May but has quickly been making its way around the world, arriving in the U.S. through T-Mobile and Sprint on June 21.
AT&T also shipped out pre-orders for the phone on June 25, and on Tuesday the company said any pre-orders made now are expected to ship within 10 business days of the July 6 store debut, if there is supply.