Earlier this week it was rumored that the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q was expected to be released on August 15. Well, that date has come and gone and still there has been no information regarding when the device will debut.
However, via recent training documents that have leaked out of T-Mobile it has been revealed that this smartphone has been renamed the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G. The reason for this change is not clear, but the earlier name could simply have been an incorrdct rumor, as this model has yet to be officially announced.
While the exact release date for it is not yet known, the device is expected to be on the market soon.
The Galaxy S Relay 4G will supposedly offer a 1.5GHz processor, 4.0-inch display and Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).
Additionally the handset will be mobile hotspot capable (up to 8 devices), will have S-voice, will be NFC capable. Finally the device will offer same gestures as the S3 and will include a 50GB dropbox offer for 2 years.
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