Anyone who look for a reliable android handset should turn their attention to Samsung’s Galaxy series. There’s already some amazing devices like Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy S II on the current line up. This year, the Korean company determined to expand the Galaxy series with more sophisticated handset. There’s plenty of rumor suggest that Samsung Galaxy S III will be revealed for the first time at MWC 2012. On the other side, AT&T is already announce the HD version of Samsung Galaxy S II. Now, there’s another Galaxy series handset that will start to penetrate US market. The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G will worked under T-Mobile network and available for purchase soon.
This device was spotted for the first time on Samsung’s UAProf files. Code named as SGH-T999, everyone was expect that this device would be the T-Mobile version of Galaxy Nexus. But, it turns out to be wrong.
There’s nothing much to tell about it’s hardware specs. According to the UAProf document, Samsung Galaxy S Blaze will be packed with HD display. It will be powered with a dual-core processors that clocked at 1.5GHz and support for 42Mbps HSPA+ connectivity.
It is still unclear when this handset will be available for purchase. According to T-Mobile representative, Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G will be released “later this year”.tags: 4G LTE, Galaxy S Blaze, SAmsung, T-Mobile