May 14 AT 12:12 PM Taylor Wimberly 28 Comments

Samsung Galaxy S spied with T-Mobile apps

It was reported that the Samsung Galaxy S would come to all four major carriers in the United States and it looks like that prediction is coming true. A version for AT&T was already spotted and today we received a video of the T-Mobile model.

Howard Chui of HowardForums has uploaded a video to YouTube which provides a quick hands on of the new Samsung Galaxy S. The model number of the phone is SGH-T959 which is the same one that appeared last month. Pretty much every Samsung phone that has the model SGH-TXXX is made for T-Mobile. For example, the T-Mobile Samsung Behold II has the model number SGH-T939.

Besides the model number, several T-Mobile Android apps were spotted in the video. We can clearly see the My Account, Help, Visual Voicemail, and something call TMO contact.

Howard reports that the Samsung Humminbird processor feels faster than the Snapdragon that has been used in many popular HTC phones. Unfortunately, there is no flash on the 5 megapixel camera, but it can capture high def (720p) video.

Via: Twitter

Source: Howard Chui

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