T-Mobile announces another 4G handset from Samsung
T-Mobile has become one of the more leaked brands on the mobile market over the last month or more and this time around we get to see information about another 4G handset from Samsung. According to online sources, the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G will be coming to the T-Mobile network soon. The new handset is going to be targeted to enterprise customers and it will come with support for the super fast, 4G HSPA+ 42 Mbps network that T-Mobile provides. The Galaxy S Relay has some specs that are very similar to the Samsung Galaxy S III on the T-Mobile network with one little difference.
The difference, which might seem little to some, is that the Galaxy S Relay 4G comes with a five row, slide out hardware keyboard. Other rumored specs for the new handset from the Galaxy family include a dual-core, 1.5GHz, Snapdragon S3 processor, instead of the S4 processor you will find in the Galaxy S III. Because the phone is targeting business users, the phone comes with the Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync support as well as a couple of other apps that are approved for business. The phone will ship with a 4-inch Super AMOLED display and will come with built in features like Samsung’s Media Hub, Google Play store and T-Mobile TV for your entertainment needs.