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Review: Samsung Galaxy S 4G

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Just an Upgraded Vibrant!


Feb 25, 2011, 10:51 AM
Why would T-Mobile offer this version of the Galaxy phone series when Samsung is about to launch the Galaxy S II shortly? The new phone offers the new dual-core Orion processor, NFC, 8 mega pixel camera, and,1080p video capture. While the S or should we call it the Vibrant II has the Cortex A8 Hummingbird 5 mega pixel camera with 720p video capture. Will we see the newer version of the phone later this year? How about calling it the Vibrant Extreme!

T-Mobile needs to step up its game and become an industry leader and offer the latest phones withe the newest features.

Feb 25, 2011, 1:31 PM
Don't be so naive. The Galaxy S II is still months away from a US launch I can pretty much guarantee. Samsung developed the S 4G already, so why not offer it in the meantime until the SGSII launches? Its not like they are launching this and SGSII is already being offered... you can't compare this to a device that doesn't even have a rumored launch date yet. For all we know, it could be 6+ months until its launch. Would you rather have Samsung NOT offer any new phones until then? Its just like the mytouch 3G being phased out and being replaced by the same phone but with a 3.5mm headphone jack. Would you rather that they had kept selling the old one all the way until the myTouch 3G slide launched? And this is the fastest CURRENT offering on an...

Feb 25, 2011, 4:11 PM
Don't get me wrong, I know that technology changes quickly and what is cutting edge today is obsolete tomorrow. I just felt that with Samsung developing the Galaxy S II at the same time it was updating the Vibrant why not get a jump on things and give it and upgrade equal to the Galaxy S II.

Now breathe relax and enjoy your TV! Laughing

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