T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S 4G Specs Unveiled

Just days after the word got around that T-Mobile was working on launching a new 4G variant of the popular Samsung Vibrant comes an official announcement in this regard. According to a media statement released by the carrier, the new Samsung Galaxy S 4G will be T-Mobile’s first smartphone to be capable of running at thereotical high speeds of 21 Mbps.

Interestingly, T-Mobile has chosen to name the phone Galaxy S 4G instead of the speculated Vibrant 4G. It is probably because of an exclusivity agreement between T-Mobile and Samsung which means a 4G capable Galaxy S phone shall not ply on other carriers at least in the near term.

The specs of the phone are likely to be similar to any other Galaxy S unit. However, unlike earlier anticipated, Samsung Galaxy S 4G will not run on Android 2.3. Instead, it will be a FroYo Android 2.2 device. That should be disappointing. But in any case you are wondering about launch dates and data plans (that is expected to start at $10 a month), keep checking back for more information.

5 thoughts on “T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S 4G Specs Unveiled”

  1. The title of the article says you know the specs, but you don’t. So you tricked a click out of me, surely you don’t think we all don’t know what you’re doing. So you tricked one click out of me, I hope you enjoy it. Ill never be caught dead on this site again, and neither will anybody that I know.

  2. “The specs of the phone are likely to be similar to any other Galaxy S unit. However, unlike earlier anticipated, Samsung Galaxy S 4G will not run on Android 2.3. Instead, it will be a FroYo Android 2.2 device.”

    Was that unclear?

  3. Yes actually. Its a simply misunderstanding/wording issue. The tittle presents itself as have the actual data on the specs for the device mentioned. In reality the article speculates, “The specs of the phone are likely…” Likely is not equal absolute.

  4. This article claims to “unveil” the specs which it clearly does not. To say that the specs “are likely to be similar” to anything is beyond misleading and completely speculative. Will it have SdCard memory expansion capabilities unlike the Samsung Nexus S which has only 16g of memory. Previous Galaxy S does not have front facing camera OR a flash for the camera so how can these specs be considered similar, or are you implying we should expect the same thing?

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