Despite the device's reveal not taking place until tomorrow, both UK providers have confirmed they will offer the Galaxy S4 on release.
Samsung is scheduled to launch the newest addition to its flagship smartphone range tomorrow at an Unpacked event held in New York.
However, both EE and Three have beaten the South Korean phone maker to the punch by outright confirming its existence.
Whilst refraining from naming the device, Three said: "The latest flagship addition to the popular Galaxy range of mobile devices will be revealed to the world in New York on March 14th."
Meanwhile, rival UK provider EE took to Twitter to join the S4 speculation, all be it in cryptic fashion. The firm posted a picture of the Galaxy banner currently on show in Times Square to its Twitter feed, whilst telling followers: "Get ready – #theNextGalaxy is on its way…".
Both providers have even gone as far to begin offering pre-orders for the device, which potential buyers can do so here. Unsurprisingly, neither EE or Three confirmed pricing or a potential release date for the device.
The Galaxy S4 is the worst kept secret in the tech world right now, so today's 'leaks' by EE and Three won't have much of an effect. Everyone knows it is coming, and despite actually confirming its latest device as the S4, Samsung has gone as far to hype the device as the newest addition to the Galaxy range.