Samsung Confirms 'Galaxy S Relay 4G'
Samsung's support web site has revealed the final brand name, images, and features of the SGH-T699 cellular phone. Samsung shows that the SGH-T699 also goes by the name Galaxy S Relay 4G. The model designation pegs the S Relay 4G as a phone that will be sold by T-Mobile USA, and the support materials on Samsung's web site reference T-Mobile multiple times. Other features noted by the Samsung support web site indicate that the Relay 4G includes front and rear cameras with flash, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, light and proximity sensors, and a number of applications/services common to Android smartphones. Officially, neither Samsung nor T-Mobile has announced this phone.
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Review: Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G for T-Mobile
T-Mobile fills a spot in its lineup with the Galaxy S Relay 4G. This smartphone offers a QWERTY keyboard, Android 4.0, a 4-inch display, and speedy data.
T-Mobile Makes the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G Official
T-Mobile today announced the addition of the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G to its collection of Android smartphones. The Relay runs Ice Cream Sandwich and works on T-Mobile's HSPA+ network at 42Mbps.
Samsung's Galaxy S Relay 4G Hits T-Mobile Sept. 19
T-Mobile today announced that the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G will be available starting September 19. This Android smartphone, which includes a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, will cost $149.99 after mail-in rebate.
T-Mobile's Isis Handsets Mostly Samsung Galaxies
T-Mobile today announced its initial batch of handsets compatible with the new Isis mobile payments service are the Samsung Galaxy S III, Galaxy S Relay 4G, and the Galaxy S II. Owners of these handsets in the trial markets of Austin and Salt Lake City can go to their local T-Mobile store to receive the special SIM card needed to activate Isis.
T-Mobile Rolls Out Buy-One, Get-One Offer for Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6
T-Mobile said shoppers will be able to score a free Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+, or LG G6 or V20 (pictured) through a new buy-one, get-one offer that kicks off June 16. Existing T-Mobile customers need to buy both phones on an installment plan and subscribe to an unlimited data service plan in order to qualify.
I hope I don't waste my money like I did with the Sidekick.