Wireless services provider T-Mobile USA is expected to make the Samsung Galaxy W smartphone available for purchase on its airwaves in the near future, and both a press photo with the new device, as well as its branding have just made an appearance into the wild.
Apparently T-Mobile plans on making the smartphone available for its customers as the Samsung Exhibit II 4G, at least this is what the guys over at TmoNews
However, the name might be the only modification that the new handset
would suffer on its way to T-Mobile's offering, even if no official announcement on the matter has emerged for the time being.
What is interesting to note is the fact that the Samsung Exhibit 4G was made available at Magenta only in June, and that it comes as a surprise that the carrier would plan on bringing its successor to shelves so soon.
The Galaxy W mobile phone was unveiled to the world back in August as part of the South Korean handset vendor's “Wonder” lineup of Galaxy devices.
The smartphone was made official with appealing hardware specification, and should make a nice addition to T-Mobile's offering of Android-based mobile phones.
The handset packs a 3.7-inch touchscreen display and is powered by a 1.4GHz application processor
(it is a single-core chip).
On the back, the new mobile phone features a 5-megapixel photo snapper, with should be capable of recording videos in HD resolution. All of the usual connectivity options and smartphone sensors should also be included into the mix.
The smartphone runs under Google's Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and features support for various Google Mobile services. It also offers fast access to the Android Marker for downloading and installing applications and games.
Overall, the Galaxy W / Exhibit II 4G seems like a great option for all those who are looking for an appealing Android device that will not require breaking the back to purchase it.