Posts Tagged ‘t-mobile vibrant’

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When Samsung announced that its flagship Android smartphone, the Galaxy S, was arriving to every major American carrier, few were surprised at the unprecedented move. Most Android smartphones up until then had been relegated to one or two carriers. The Galaxy S is a smashing winner in homeland South Korea, selling over 300,000 units so far. Most prognosticators expect the world’s most powerful Android to hit it big in America (and Canada) too, but which version will come out on top? The Verizon Fascinate will be king because it is on the largest network with the best reputation, right? Not necessarily. More »

Generic versions of the Samsung Galaxy S and the T-Mobile Vibrant have been rooted, and unlike the latest HTC phones like the Incredible, gaining right access to the Samsung is an easy, breezy task. More »

T-Mobile’s iteration of the Samsung Galaxy S is launching on the same day as Verizon’s Droid X, but viewers can have a look at the Vibrant’s packaging right now. More »

The Motorola Charm (or Basil) is an intriguing smartphone because it is the only 4:3 aspect ratio Android unit with a full QWERTY keypad that is non-slide-out. Another reason why the 2.1 Eclair Charm could be interesting, especially to youths, is that it might be sold for an extremely low $269.99 outright. More »

Until July 18th, Rat Shack is giving away a $50 gift card to every pre-order of T-Mobile’s Vibrant, which is going for $199.99 with a 2-year contract. No mail-in rebate is required. In more Samsung Galaxy S news, Cellular South is getting its version in the fall. More »

Bearing the same name as the T-Mobile version, Bell’s Vibrant is Canada’s crack at the Samsung Galaxy S, which, at this rate, will reach every carrier in the world, though Bell seems to be saying that the phone is and exclusive. More »

AT&T got its Samsung Galaxy S variant called the Captivate, and Sprint is getting the slider version named the Galaxy S Pro, so what is poor little T-Mobile going to do without a high end Android? Samsung comes to the rescue with the Vibrant for T-Mobile. More »

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