T-Mobile has officially announced it’s latest 4G capable smartphone Samsung Galaxy S 4G and T-Mobile released a press release, which describes pretty light about the specs and doesn’t released any picture of the upcoming device. Anyhow Samsung Galaxy S 4G will be coming to T-Mobile’ HSPA+ 4G network and it will be having a Super AMOLED Plus display screen, Android 2.2 Froyo on the board and Galaxy S 4G is capable of getting theoretical peak download speeds of up to 21 Mbps.
T-Mobile is going to launch it’s new Sidekick-branded device, which is also a 4G capable device powered by Android OS and it will be called as T-Mobile Sidekick 4G. We don’t have the details of the manufacturer for this device. And yah, it will have a full sliding out QWERTY keyboard.
That’s all we have at present. T-Mobile has promised to provide more details “in the coming week”, and the details could be about price and release date probably. T-Mobile also said that they will be joining the LG G-Slate, Dell Streak 7 and the first 42Mbps data stick in the first half of 2011.
[Source: PC Mag]