T-Mobile makes two big announcements today with the Samsung Galaxy S 4G and the G-Slate
by Mark R
T-Mobile had two announcement today, and just one of them would be a big deal. As it is, they are both a big deal.
The first is that the Galaxy S 4G (pictured right) is coming to the carrier this month. It is a sequel to the Vibrant, but with the largest 4G network (21 mbps HSPA+) with Android 2.2 (Froyo).
The second announcement has to deal with the coming of the G-Slate. It’s not like it wasn’t announced at CES 2011, but it definitely will have Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) as well as built-in support for 3D graphics, allowing for 3D video and experience 3D content on the device, with 3D glasses. See a picture of the tablet after the jump, as well as more info about the Galaxy S 4G and the G-Slate
The Galaxy S 4G for T-Mobile allows for streaming on a mobile HD TV, Video chat with Qik, and pre-loaded with the film Inception.
I have already discussed the G-Slate’s 3-D capability which apparently is the big selling point. To let you know, it has an 8.9 inch screen (1280 x 720), an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, HDMI port, rear camera with five Megapixels, 32GB internal storage, as well as the 4G connectivity of the aforementioned Galaxy S.
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