Naming conventions can be pretty tricky, especially when it comes to something that is very near and dear to your heart. Well, I suppose naming an inanimate object like a smartphone is not too tough a task, but T-Mobile certainly does not make things easier on the tongue, especially when you are talking about the latest device from T-Mobile – the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q. It is rather weird for a device to have two singular alphabets as part of its name, with Magenta deciding to launch Samsung’s T699 as the Galaxy S Blaze Q. This is a QWERTY slider that will run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, which should be a slightly detuned Galaxy S3. It will run on a 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, sporting a 720p display as well as 1GB RAM accompanied by a 5-megapixel camera located right at the back. It is expected that the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q will arrive on T-Mobile later this August 15th.
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