Samsung's Galaxy S to land on T-Mobile?

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Samsung's Galaxy S to land on T-Mobile?
With so many sexy hot HTC Android models on the verge of being launched, the Galaxy S stands out. Not only is the handset blazing fast with its Hummingbird processor, but it also is manufactured by Samsung. As we've recently reported, it looks like AT&T will be offering the phone to its customers later this year. But new info makes it look like T-Mobile's customers will also have the opportunity of holding the Galaxy in their hands. The Bluetooth SIG just approved the SCH-T959, a combination of letters and numbers that usually indicates a Samsung handset for the nation's fourth largest carrier. The thing is, the T959 could pass for the twin of the Galaxy S with a 4 inch AMOLED display, Wi-Fi (the Galaxy S has just been certified for it), Android OS and TouchWiz 3.0. So, this all points to a version of the handset for T-Mobile. Now, there are a couple of typos. At one point the phone is referred to as the T939 which is actually the Behold II. That model has a 3.2 inch display, not a 4 inch one. The user agent for the T959 shows resolution of 320 x 480 on its display which is obviously another mistake. Eliminate the typos and what you end up with is fairly strong evidence that Samsung's Galaxy is wider than just AT&T.

Samsung Galaxy S Specifications | Hands-on

source: BluetoothSIG via UnwiredView


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