06/28/2010, After teasing us with puzzles and giving us the FAQ early, T-Mobile has finally decided that it’s time to make its Android-powered Samsung Vibrant official. If you’ve checked out the Samsung Galaxy S before, there’s nothing too surprising about the specifications of this phone, but that doesn’t make it any less interesting. The Vibrant will be launching on July 21st for $199.99 with a two-year contract, and folks who are […]
06/26/2010, T-Mobile has recently been teasing us with the advent of the Samsung Vibrant, and now the carrier has finally seen fit to show us an early FAQ page for the device, confirming that it will be called the Samsung Vibrant. In case you didn’t know, the device will be powered by a 1GHz processor, and sport a 4-inch WVGA Super AMOLED display, and 5-megapixel camera. There still isn’t any mention […]
06/25/2010, We all know that the Samsung Vibrant is also known as the Galaxy S, and here are a couple more photos of the upcoming handset alongside some apps which will come pre-loaded with the smartphone, including Kindle, Mobile TV, Slacker Radio as well as entertainment titles (read: games) like Avatar as well as Sims. The latter will most probably suck up more time than the former. Apart from that, you […]
06/24/2010, Looks like T-Mobile is gearing up to announce the Samsung Vibrant, as the carrier has been teasing us with a puzzle that is slowly being solved. After seeing many of the pieces of T-Mobile’s logo removed, it’s quite obvious that the word they’re getting at is the “Samsung Vibrant”. Details and specifications weren’t mentioned, but at least we know that the phone should be announced pretty soon.
06/22/2010, The mysterious T-Mobile Twitter game could very well point people towards the Samsung Galaxy S, especially when it is being lined up for a July 21st launch, although release dates are always subject to change. Not only that, the Samsung Galaxy S is widely believed to ship with the Sims 3 game pre-loaded just as how one of the Twitter clues points us to, not to mention a pre-loaded copy […]