August 15th was to be the day the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q made its way to store shelves, or at least that’s what the rumors alluded to. Yesterday, Android Authority wrote about the delay and the new rumor suggesting that the name of the phone was getting a change – this time to the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G. A new set of leaked training documents now back up this name change – pretty much that the name change isn’t just a rumor anymore.
The training documents also give us a brief rundown of the specs and features found in the Relay 4G:
- 1.5GHz processor of undefined type
- Mobile hotspot support for up to 8 devices
- Slide-out QWERTY keyboard
- S-Voice technology
- NFC technology
- 50GB Dropbox offer for 2 years
- Android ICS
When will we finally get our hands on the
Blaze Q Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G? For now, we don’t know, but an August release still is more than likely if I had to take a guess.