Samsung is obviously getting ready for its landmark Samsung Galaxy S II’s release, which (for North Americans, at least) should be anytime from the end of May to early June. Even if the Samsung Galaxy S II hasn’t been launched in North America yet, Samsung is already readying a new smartphone headed to T-Mobile. Samsung and T-Mobile enthusiasts are probably getting excited after hearing this good news.
The latest smartphone from Samsung is slated for T-Mobile HSPA+ bands. And, it’s speculated to carry the name Exhibit 4G. The Samsung Exhibit 4G is somewhat of a mid-range/high-end hybrid and looks like Verizon’s recently released Droid Charge.
Check out Samsung Exhibit 4G’s specs (However these are unconfirmed aren’t official yet):
- 3.7-inch 480×800 AMOLED display
- 1.4GHz ARM11 processor
- 5MP Camera with 720p video capture
- VGA front camera
- Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread)
Here are some few shots we have on the Exhibit 4G:
As of the present time, that’s all the details we have about the Exhibit 4G for now. Also, there are no words yet on when the Exhibit is going to hit T-Mobile’s network. Since it is already out in the open and has been named already, it most likely will be coming out soon. Let’s hope and expect it to hit the streets sooner rather than later.