T-Mobile has announced that the Samsung Galaxy S 4G, the successor to the Samsung Vibrant, is going to become available later this month. There was no mention of an exact release date. That means that, at worst, you’ve got 26 more days until you can get your hands on the fastest phone on T-Mobile’s network. One past rumor pegged the release for February 23, but we’ll just have to wait and see if it was right or not.
The Galaxy S 4G will support 21Mbps HSPA+, which is what T-Mobile is calling 4G. Other than that, the Galaxy S 4G will have a 1650 mAh battery, just like the newly-announced Samsung Galaxy SL. The rest of the Galaxy S 4G will be pretty much identical to the Vibrant or any other Galaxy S.
The Samsung 1 GHz processor will be present, as will the 5 MP camera, 512 MB of RAM, and a preinstalled 16 GB microSD memory card.
The Galaxy S 4G will come with Android 2.2 and many software additions from TMo, such as doubleTwist to sync your music with your computers, Slacker Radio, and T-Mobile TV.
Via Press release
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