T-Mobile USA has revealed the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G, the company's latest Android smartphone and the newest iteration of the long-lived Galaxy S II series of phones. Powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S3 chip, the Blaze 4G has a Super AMOLED touchscreen and up to 42Mbps HSPA+ connectivity.

Aesthetically there are a few new changes to the Galaxy S II style, mainly amounting to rounded off corners and some extra swoop up at the top rear panel. Samsung and T-Mobile are being coy with the full specs, however, though we're guessing on an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording, a front facing camera for video calls and the usual mixture of WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS.

Pricing and availability are also unknown, with T-Mobile saying the Galaxy S Blaze 4G will be "coming soon this year." Our guess is somewhere around the $200 mark with a new, two-year agreement.

[via SlashGear]

  • And what exactly separates this from the existing T989?

    • Its really a Samsung Galaxy S (original) but with the insides of the Samsung Galaxy S II.

      (This is what I have come to understand)

  • steve

    This is the same exact phone as the Samsung Galaxy S 2!! what bs!!!!

    • Eddo

      It the same size as the galaxy s which is smaller than the s2.

  • Casper

    I’m going to bet it has 32gig on board and no SD card.
    As vs ours which is 16 on board and then we have a sd card
    With room up to 64 gigs.

    • Amp0511

      Heard the screen size was 4.67 inches.

  • Rudy Belova

    And how is this better than the existing amaze 4g? It has dual core 1.5Ghz, 42Mb 4g and NFC.

  • I truly hope we can get the galaxy note on tmobile with 4g speeds

  • The samsung galaxy s II for tmobile has this 42mpbs speed enhancement already…

  • golfer99

    They are showing that this model will be released with Android 2.3. I would have hoped for 4.0 by now