Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G for T-Mobile hardware leaks

August 20, 2012

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Samsung and T-Mobile have partnered yet again to release another budget friendly handset to the market. Previously known as the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q, the new and upcoming Galaxy S Relay 4G (gasps for air) is the official name and we have a full 360 degrees view of the phone now. Head down past the break for more info.

This little slide-out QWERTY keyboard rocking dual-core phone is set to arrive on T-Mobile soon, although we don't have all the details quite yet. Paired with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and decent hardware similar to a mini Galaxy S III with a keyboard this should be a nice phone.

The Galaxy S Relay 4G comes with a 4-inch display (not 720p HD) and the same 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor as the Galaxy S III and many other smartphones as of late. This 'faux' 4G device from T-Mobile was originally rumored to launch around the 15th of this month, but sadly that date has passed by without a peep from either side.

Unfortunately we still don't have a full 100% list of specs, but have basically confirmed all the details outlined above, not to mention the picture shows us plenty. The new Galaxy S Relay 4G might still have a terrible name, but the phone isn't half bad. Stay tuned as we wait for an official announcement from T-Mobile or Samsung.

[via Engadget]

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  • Alex Wyller

    I really do hope Samsung consider it to launch this product in South East Asia,,, i don’t see any new experience while using my old Galaxy S and my friend’s Galaxy S III. I admit, S III is faster, more attractive, wider. But, that just it.

    It would be a different if a physical keyboard involved. Texting, browsing and socializing i prefer using the on-screen, but for work,,, please somebody get that on-screen keyboard off my sight! And i lost the meaning of mobile, if i had to use an external USB/BT keyboard..