June 28, 2010
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Samsung Vibrant

Samsung Vibrant

It seems as though the spot-light is firmly on Samsung for the time being and their Galaxy S variants. This time it is the Samsung Vibrant and T-Mobile that can expect some attention. Basically, the Samsung Galaxy S in Europe has undergone a minor face lift. The bottom row of three buttons found on the original Galaxy S has been replaced by 4 touch-sensitive ones on the Vibrant. In other departments, the Vibrant is just the same as the original device. Although it might “benefits from enhanced speeds with T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network,” it is “not an HSPA+ device.”

It will land with T-Mobile sometime soon and this device is heavily linked to the countdown T-Mobile have on their ‘clue’ website. Check it out here. The problem is, it has already reached zero for me and I do not see anything exciting on the page. Oh well.

EDIT

If you now follow the link on the page it takes you to a holding page specifically designed for the Vibrant. It includes all the details you would expect including what software comes with the device. Check it out here.

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