Samsung’s next 4G handset would be the Vibrant 4G, where it was spotted for the first time with Android 2.3 Gingerbread in tow. This handset is more or less similar to the original Vibrant cosmetically, although this one does come with a front camera. While the BGR example as spotted here did point towards a stock operating system, chances are pretty high that it will come with an updated version of Samsung’s custom TouchWiz interface in tow when released. Within its chassis lies a 1GHz processor and five-megapixel camera, not to mention the world’s first 21Mbps HSPA+ support in a phone. Speculation abounds that the Vibrant 4G could very well hit the markets as soon as this February 23rd, so that leaves those who are interested to start saving up with slightly more than one month to go. If you’re not living in an area with 4G connection, then there really isn’t any need to have a look at this unless you want to be “future-proof”.
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