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Samsung Announces Galaxy S 4G for T-Mobile

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Jan 20, 2011, 1:22 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Samsung officially announced the Galaxy S 4G, following comments made by T-Mobile's executives earlier today. The Galaxy S 4G runs Android 2.2 Froyo and is the first Samsung smartphone for T-Mobile capable of the maximum 21Mbps HSPA+ download speeds. Samsung said the Galaxy S 4G will have a super AMOLED display, just as its Galaxy S predecessors, but it didn't provide much more information about the handset. More details and specs will become available closer to launch.

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Jan 20, 2011, 2:31 PM


REALLY?!?! Did tmobile and samsung expect us to be happy about this announcement? How about giving 2.2 to the galaxy s customers who have been waiting for months!! This is garbage, is this their way of delivering a solution, a forced upgrade to this new phone when most of us havent had the first vibrant for more than 6 months. Im pretty upset with both companies right now, primary because i dont know who to blame but this is frustrating. Im assuming like the rest of us samsung and tmobile realize no one really cares to upgrade to the new model just for 4G especailly given its limited availability. However if upgrading means the diffrence of having an outdated, unsupported version of software for the next two years or not, consumers arent le...
Lol wow.... calm down.... read the next article and get straight back here to post a retraction. they announced that they are updating the vibrant to 2.2 tomorrow.
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