Possible release dates for a few upcoming T-Mobile devices get leaked

Possible release dates for a few upcoming T-Mobile devices get leaked
T-Mobile unveiled a few devices at the CES earlier this month that generated some excitement and now it appears that a few of those highly anticipated devices have had their release dates leaked for all of us to gaze upon.

The document shows the release dates for the LG G-Slate, the Motorola Cliq 2 (which has already been released), the Dell Streak 7 and the Samsung Vibrant 4G.

The Android-powered tablet from Dell is rumored to hit the streets on February 2 and will be the first device of its kind to run on T-Mobile’s speedy 4G network. About a month and a half later, on March 23, we will possibly see the release of the LG G-Slate which is the first to feature the latest and greatest of Google’s Android software in the form of Honeycomb 3.0, while also running on the 4G network.

On the phone side of the spectrum, the Samsung Vibrant 4G is said to be hitting the shelves on February 23 which we reported to you all last week. Check out the image and tell us what you think down below.

source: TmoNews via BGR

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1. Daryl209

Posts: 18; Member since: Jul 27, 2010

So are we calling it the Samsung Vibrant 4G or the Galaxy S 4G? Confuzzled

3. cellgeek82

Posts: 518; Member since: Dec 20, 2009

Either way T-mobile has "fools gold" 4G. Until it's LTE who cares?

6. speed demon unregistered

lte = garbage 7.2 mps HSPA 42 but the end of the year currently at 21mps

7. speed demon unregistered

"Using multi-carrier HSPA, Ericsson reached 168Mbps on the downlink and 24Mbps on the uplink using prototype consumer equipment and commercial network equipment" Key word HSPA "Ericsson says network operators will start to deploy its single-carrier 42Mbps and dual-carrier 84Mbps technologies this year. In the U.S., T-Mobile has said that it plans to upgrade is HSPA+ network from 21Mbps to 42Mbps this year." NICE RIGHT? the HSLE (HSPA + LTE) combinded (ONLY @ T-MOBILE 658 mps by 2013

4. Tristann

Posts: 76; Member since: Nov 04, 2010

i did a double-take when i saw the vibrant4g i thought i saw an iphone lol

5. So me the money shot unregistered

So is the Vibrant 4g going to have a flash or not? If not i'm just getting the mytouch 4g.

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