Samsung Galaxy S to be T-Mobile's Vibrant?
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Samsung Galaxy S Specifications | Hands-on
2. ace1122 posted on 22 Jun 2010, 13:13 0
Wow this phone looks so much like the iphone, especially the menu. If i wanted the iphone i would just get the iphone...
3. mdw92581 posted on 22 Jun 2010, 14:00 0
Why in God's name is there no front camera. I can live without the flash but this is THE era which the US introduces video chat and yet they subtracted it from the Tmo version? Sprint obviously can handle it with 4G, Tmo obviously can handle it with HSPA+ and yet here we are.
7. jenna_23 posted on 22 Jun 2010, 18:06 0
i know WHAT DA FUCK why no front facing camera?? i am pretty sure t-mobiles hspa+ network would handle video calls better than sprint's wimax becuz its faster. i still cannot understand why the phones from t-mobile do not have front facing cameras. if there hspa+ network is faster than sprints 4G n with the evo u can make calls on 4G mode .. so why not on t-mobile?
5. remixfa posted on 22 Jun 2010, 16:43 0
because if they added it and made it wifi only like ATT did with the Iphone, ud bitch that it was WiFi only. If they made it network compatable and everyone bought this phone and shut down the network (sounds like ATT again), ud bitch because of the network overload. I mean seriously.. there is now a total of 2 phones with video chat, and only 1 of them works on network. Its also on the network with the most unused bandwith to play with. Its not the end of the world.. dayum! Besides, im sure by this time next year all carriers will have video chat.. Its gonna be the next "texting" or "full web".
6. jenna_23 posted on 22 Jun 2010, 18:03 0
i actually think that t-mobile network would be able to handle video calling much better than at&t becuz t-mobile has hspa+ running already which is faster than my time warner broad band connection at home. with time warner i get 8-10 mbps and i can do a perfect video call over skype now imagine doing a video call with t-mobiles hspa + running at 21 mbps i actually think it would be better .. so yea go figure
8. jacky_luvsjrod posted on 22 Jun 2010, 18:20 0
bueno yo que vivo en madrid our networks over here vodafone , orange,movistar,yoigo never have any problems with video calls. for example during rush our u see a lot of people in the metro pointing there phone to there face making video calls over 3G and u never hear them complaining about it being slow or lagging it . also everytime i do video calls over 3G i never have any problems . because our network can handle it. im pretty sure at&t network would not be able to handle video calling n dont give me the excuse that its because u have a lot of iphones on the network because we do toa lot of people have iphones over here too and we still never have any problems like u guys do.
10. ultraman69 posted on 22 Jun 2010, 19:43 0
population of spain - 45M, population of us - 310M
9. llichtwalt posted on 22 Jun 2010, 19:15 0
I'm not so worried about the front facing camera. I can go w/out seeing people in call @ this point. I am a little concerned about the lack of a flash w/ a camera that can record @ such res. Why have the capabilities if I can only use it in bright rooms or outside? It's not a deal breaker but still... You know though...it's always the little things that seem to make a difference.
11. vzwpenguin posted on 22 Jun 2010, 21:29 0
i dont know where you get your sources but this phone does have a front facing camera, i just held one on thursday at the corporate meeting
12. rnh92 posted on 23 Jun 2010, 01:44 0
yeah thats what i thought that it had a front facing camera
13. agreen posted on 23 Jun 2010, 19:23 0
Did you see the Galaxy S or Tmobile's Vibrant model? I will be so thrilled if there is a FFC! My kids already skype with grandparents and this will make it even better!
14. kev (unregistered) posted on 29 Aug 2010, 09:22 0
Hey idiot's, This phone does have a front facing camera. I just bought one yesterday. Maybe it's disabled right now, but it does have one. T-mobile probably is waiting for HSPA+ network to get bigger before they update the phone and make the camera functional. The settings menu also has a setting for "camera 2". In the top left corner of the phone right next to the speaker there is a camera.
15. Joemama (unregistered) posted on 19 Sep 2010, 23:31 0
I do not see the setting for camera 2 under the settings menu. The t mobile sales man said that was a sensor on the front of the phone.
16. lolo1211 (unregistered) posted on 24 Nov 2010, 23:03 0
how do you use the facing camera??