Samsung and T-Mobile have just announced a new fruit of their cooperation: the Galaxy S Blaze 4G handset, that’s shown below. This is a dual smartphone with a Super AMOLED display and 4G Connectivity that we’ve heard rumors about recently.


Sadly, we don’t have that many details on the product, but what we can reveal is that this model comes with a 1.5GHz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 chipset. There’s also a Super AMOLED display on board and apart from that we have no idea what to expect here. I supposed that WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G connectivity and at least 8GB of internal memory are a given, as well as DLNA, a microSD card slot and most likely a 1,500+ mAh battery.

No idea if this handset will receive Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or when that will happen, but seeing these specs convinced me that the device is compatible with the latest Android. I wonder where this phone fits in the entire Samsung Galaxy lineup… high end tier that’s for sure.

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