Samsung Vibrant 4G with 21+ Mbps HSPA+ speeds, Front-facing camera, Froyo to launch soon

Samsung Vibrant 4G Leaked Doc

Things are really going fast now. Folks over the T-Mobile have got a bunch of leaked documents regarding the next 4G handset over T-Mobile’s HSPA+ networks. These leaked documents have revealed information about the next execution of T-Mobile’s existed Samsung Vibrant – Samsung Vibrant 4G.

The Samsung Vibrant 4G will turn as the first 4G handset T-Mobile’s fastest blazing speeds and set to be the first to offer 21+ Mbps speeds on carrier’s HSPA+ network and the phone will be having a 4-inch Super AMOLED display with a 480 x 800 pixel resolution, 1GHz processor, 1GB of internal storage 16GB micro-SD card included and support for 32GB memory expansion, 5 megapixel camera without a flash and with 720p HD video capture,and 1650mAh battery.

Samsung Vibrant 4G is also having a front-facing camera and works with T-Mobile’s video chat service Qik and will be running with Android 2.2 Froyo OS, but not the latest Gingerbread and it is having Amazon Kindle reader, Slacker radio. For the movie lovers, it comes preloaded with Inception movie on the board, where as the original Samsung Vibrant shipped with the movie Avatar, and the mobile game The Sims 3 Collector’s Edition. According to the leaked T-Mobile docs, the Vibrant 4G will receive the highest marketing support T-Mobile is capable of, including TV and cinema ads, various digital and paper campaigns, etc.

The Samsung Vibrant 4G is not the only phone to take advantage of faster network speeds of T-Mobile. Currently, the myTouch4G and T-Mobile G2 offer 4G speeds that are capped at 14.4 Mbps. And the recently launched Motorola CLIQ 2 is also in line to take advantage of 4G(HSPA+) network.

The leaked docs haven’t disclosed any information regarding launch date and price details of Samsung Vibrant 4G. But don’t forget that Samsung is going to announce the successor to the Galaxy S at next month’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

[Source: Tmo News]

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