April 19, 2010
Samsung Galaxy S

Samsung Galaxy S

The Bluetooth SIG has just approved the Samsung SCH-T959. This is the typical naming scheme given to a cellular device set for release with T-Mobile USA. Judging from the images and information that we have available to us, the SCH-T959 is set to run Android along with Samsung’s own TouchWiz 3.0 user interface. Furthermore, it has a 4”-AMOLED touchscreen display along with Bluetooth. Indeed, this device has recently secured its Wi-Fi certificate too.

If this SCH-T959 is the Samsung’s Galaxy S, which it certainly appears to be, then there is an obvious error in the description above. The Samsung Galaxy S is marketed with a Super AMOLED and not the “basic” AMOLED display listed above. As UnwiredView point out, the User Agent Profile has the display at a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels. This doesn’t fit either. Right now the facts are not in complete alignment and this makes a conclusive decision as to whether the Samsung T959 is actually the Samsung Galaxy S, but my hunch really suggests that it is. How about you?

James Tromans
Contributing editor of AndroidAuthority.com, based in the U.K.
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