Training documents confirm Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q's name change and reveal specs

Training documents confirm Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q's name change and reveal specs
Just the other day we passed along to you the speculation that the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q was getting a name change. The phone was allegedly going to be called the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G. The name change has now been confirmed thanks to leaked training documents that show the device being called by its new name. Furthermore, the documents also reveal the specs for the model, which had been rumored to launch on August 15th via T-Mobile, but instead remains on the sidelines.

The Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G will feature a 4 inch display with a dual-core 1.5GHz processor under the hood, perhaps the Qualcomm MSM 8960. The phone will come with Android 4.0 installed and offers buyers 50GB of free storage space for 2 years thanks to Dropbox. S-Voice will be on board and a Mobile Hotspot will connect up to 8 devices. The unit is NFC-enabled and uses some of the same gestures as the Samsung Galaxy S III. There is also a side-sliding QWERTY keyboard and 4G connectivity through T-Mobile's HSPA+ pipeline.

There is no word on when we might expect the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G to launch. We also don't know if the rumored August 15th release date was for real, and if the name change was responsible for pushing back the release of the phone.

source: TmoNews

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