Samsung Announces Galaxy S 4G for T-Mobile
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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