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T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G specs, only ICS

If you are one of the Android faithful and your favoured carrier is T-Mobile USA , you might like to learn that there’s a new Samsung smartphone that will become available in the not to distant future, the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G, an Android 4.0 ICS smartphone that will be exclusive to T-Mobile, and runs on T-Mobile’s 4G (HSPA+ 42) network.

We have the specifications of the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G for your consideration, the Android Ice Cream Sandwich handset will sport a 4.inch Super AMOLED touch screen along with a 5 megapixel rear facing snapper and a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera with 720p video.

The Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G also offers a 1.5GHz Snapdragon S3 dual core processor, WiFi calling, Mobile Hotspot for up to five devices, along with a 5-row slide out QWERTY keyboard, and is a ‘SAFE’ (Samsung Approved for Enterprise) smartphone, which offers a full portfolio of enterprise capabilities and features, T-Mobile TV, Samsung Media Hub, and Google Play Music.

The vice president of product management for T-Mobile USA, Andrew Morrison has said that the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G is a perfect addition to our popular Galaxy handset lineup, and delivers customers a reliable business centric Android experience.

The Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G is expected to becomes available at online, at T-Mobile retail stores, and select national retailer and dealers across the nation sometime in the coming weeks, however there is currently no word on how much the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G will command price wise.

Does the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G for T-Mobile capture the interest of any of our readers?

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    Happenzee says:

    Definitely yes! Why are these devices never available in the UK? We just get the crappy slow touch screen options that are only useful to teenagers. If you want something with a real keyboard (i.e. if you need to type fast) as well as a large touch screen, you have to make do with a blackberry torch.

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