Several weeks ago, Samsung Galaxy blaze Q has leaked to be launched by T-Mobile and now according to reliable source the handset has new and much better name it will called the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G and the specs and configuration is remain the same. This Full QWERTY “Samsung Galaxy Relay 4G” smartphone is expected to features a 1.5GHz dual-core CPU of the “Krait” variety plus 1GB of RAM and 16GB built-in storage.
According to the leaked statement, the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G will also feature the SAFE certification of Samsung, which means that the company considers it to be good enough for enterprise users. Runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but chances are it will get a Jelly Bean upgrade sometime after it will officially launched to the market too.
This Galaxy S Relay has feature to offer like Mobile hotspot capable of up to 8 devices, S-Voice support, Near Field Communication (NFC), Same gestures as Samsung Galaxy S III and 50GB Dropbox for 2 years in duration as its Galaxy S III older brother.
There is no official statement for this new Samsung smartphone will be available in T-Mobile. Also the pricing and target released are yet to be confirmed, so stay tuned for more update.