While the original Galaxy S for T-Mobile having jumped through the hoops of the FCC back in June last year, here is another variant that will make a stop at the FCC all over again. What is different from its predecessor would be the lack of HSPA+ connectivity, where it is also known as the SGH-T959V. Being similar to the Samsung Vibrant in its outlook where external design is concerned, this model will probably not be able to take advantage of T-Mobile’s 4G network since there is no mention of HSPA+, although it does support Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The folks over at the FCC did not furnish us with any more additional details concerning its pricing or release information, so we will just have to adopt a wait and see attitude in the meantime. At least it offers you an opportunity to start saving up for one of these if you’re interested, although a non-4G handset doesn’t sound all that appealing any more these days.
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