Samsung SGH-T959 over at the FCC flaunts T-Mobile 3G - most likely the Galaxy S

Samsung SGH-T959 over at the FCC flaunts T-Mobile 3G - most likely the Galaxy S
With a decent amount of pretty Android smartphones available right now in the US market, it would take something a bit more extraordinary to stand high above the bunch in order to appeal to the average  individual. At this point, there is no denying that the blazing fast Samsung Galaxy S is coming, but there is still no official announcement as to which carrier would be blessed by its presence. However, seeing that the Samsung SGH-T959 over at the FCC is flaunting support for T-Mobile's specific 1700MHz AWS 3G, one would have to believe that it's the Samsung Galaxy S in the flesh. Interestingly enough, the Samsung T959 first came about back in March, but thankfully though it's looking more likely that it'll become the Galaxy S. When it comes down to pricing, one would have to imagine that it would probably come in at the sweet spot price of $199 on-contract – which would them come in at the same level as the Garminfone. Nonetheless, it would be apparent that T-Mobile will be in the game with their own ridiculously fast smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy S Specifications | Hands-on

source: FCC via Unwired View


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