The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q might have missed the August 15th date mentioned in its leaked press shot, but a rumored name change would still put the future T-Mobile device in the running for the most convoluted phone name ever. Although there's a distinct lack of tangible evidence -- take this with a grain of salt -- the usually reliable TmoNews hears Samsung's TouchWiz-infused QWERTY slider will be called the Galaxy S Relay 4G when it ships. No, we're not feeling it, either. While there's no word on an updated release date, we'd at least like the earlier claims of a Snapdragon S4 to be true so that the phone is worthy of the respect the name isn't providing.
Update: Just in case there was any doubt, TmoNews has snagged a training document that shows the new name and mentions a 1.5GHz processor of an unknown make (likely the S4), a 4-inch display, S Voice and support for mobile hotspots.
- Key specs
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- Type Smartphone
- Operating system Android (Eclair [2.0 / 2.1])
- Screen size 4 inches
- Internal memory 8 GB
- Camera 5 megapixels
- Talk time 2G (up to 13.5 hours), 3G (up to 6.5 hours)
- Dimensions 4.82 x 2.53 x 0.39 in
- Weight 4.2 oz
Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G
Google Android 5.0