The Samsung Behold 2, also known as the Samsung SGH-T939, had already been spotted with a Wi-Fi Operability Certificate back in July and appeared to be heading to T-Mobile. Back then, nothing else was really very clear, including whether the device would be running Android. Well now, the Bluetooth special interests group website has a specification sheet out detailing the Samsung Behold 2. According to the design description, “The Samsung SGH-T939 is a GSM phone, featuring a 3.2” AMOLED full touch screen and WiFi connectivity, giving users access to Google™ Mobile services and full web browsing at blazing speeds.”
I guess we can factor in that the Samsung Behold also offers 5-megapixel camera along with music playback and micro-SD support but in all honesty, this doesn’t really tell us that much that we were not expecting. However, any information is good information so we thank Sungyoon Hong for listing the information and wait patiently for more.
[Editor's note: "access to Google services" does not imply Android to me. There are literally a hundred devices on the market that provide access to Google services, and some quite prominently. And only a very few run Android.]