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T-Mobile to Sell Samsung Galaxy S 4G Android Smartphone

Written By Blog PageRank 2 on Wednesday, December 25, 2013 | 10:33 PM

T-Mobile USA formally unveiled the Samsung Galaxy S 4G, an Android 2.2-based smartphone with Samsung Mobile's sophisticated Super active-matrix organic LED touch-screen technology.

At a press event in New York City, T-Mobile CEO Philipp Humm promised the Galaxy S 4G "will be the fastest smartphone operating on America's largest 4G network" when it appears later this year.

Especially, he claimed the Galaxy S 4G could attain peak download speeds of 21M bps, which would make information-hungry applications that serve video and gaming really zippy.

T-Mobile declined to announce a launch date and pricing for the new handset, although the company's 4G plans start off at $ 10 per month for 200MB.

Humm said T-Mobile hoped to unleash twenty-five 4G devices in 2011. These incorporate the Galaxy S 4G, the Vibrant 4G, which includes full HSPA+ (Evolved High-Speed Packet Access) connectivity (up to 21M bps), the Dell Streak 7 tablet-telephone hybrid, and the T-Mobile G-Slate, primarily based on the Android three. operating method tailored for tablets.

T-Mobile expects these devices to be fueled by its quicker HSPA+42 (42MB per second) network, which will be available to 140 million Americans in 25 cities by midyear.
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Title: T-Mobile to Sell Samsung Galaxy S 4G Android Smartphone
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