Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q is Arriving to T-Mobile
Android device manufacturers seem to have a knack for choosing random and clunky names for their phone models. Samsung carries on this tradition with the Galaxy S Blaze Q and it will arrive soon to T-Mobile’s network. The phone first appeared on FCC’s documentation last month and it should hit the shelves on August 15th. Both companies haven’t released any detail yet, but there’s a speculation that it is actually an Epic Touch 4G plus a QWERTY keyboard and a few internal upgrades. The smartphone is expected to boast a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and a 720p display, instead of a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and WVGA display.
There’s also a possibility that Samsung will use its own processor, the Exynos 4212 and based on the amount of bezel on the Epic Touch 4G, it is unlikely for the display to stretch beyond 4 inches. Other supported features are 1GB of RAM, 16GB of onboard storage, Ice Cream Sandwich, 1080p video recording and HSPA+ support.