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Samsung ups slider Galaxy S Relay 4G on website, heading to T-Mobile soon
While not exactly at a Diddy-esque (the hip-hop mogul, not the game character) level, the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G – previously known as the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q – has had its share of name confusion. But that was quickly resolved when a leaked training document revealed the true and final name of the slider phone. If that’s not enough, here comes the mother of all confirmations.
Samsung’s website has officially listed the Galaxy S Relay 4G. The full specs of the phone haven’t been put up yet, but it has some pictures to awe visitors who are looking for a slider QWERTY phone on T-Mobile, as well as some How-to guides and FAQs.
From the training document, we do know that the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G will come with a 1.5GHz processor, S-Voice technology, NFC, wireless hotspot support for up to 8 devices, 50GB Dropbox storage for two years, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. And let’s not forget the 5-row QWERTY keyboard of the phone.
With the product page being up, it won’t take long for Sammy and T-Mobile to announce the Galaxy S Relay 4G. We’re pretty sure there are many keyboard-diehards out there who’d like to know when they can get their hands on the phone.