Samsung Vibrant Coming to T-Mobile USA

29 Jun 2010 | Android , Samsung , Smartphone , T-Mobile | 6 comments


T-Mobile USA together with Samsung yesterday announced the Samsung Vibrant, a Samsung Galaxy S device available from T-Mobile starting next month.

The Vibrant will come equipped with a 1GHz Cortex A8 Hummingbird processor running Google Android 2.1, 16 GB internal memory, 4.0-inch super AMOLED display and 5.0 megapixel camera with LED flash, autofocus and 720p HD video recording. It will also feature a 2GB microSD card pre-loaded with The Sims 3 game and the Avatar movie. The phone itself will also have other pre-loaded apps on it such as: Amazon Kindle for Android free 30days of MobiTV and Slacker Radio.

T-Mobile USA is getting ready to launch the Samsung Vibrant on July 21st, for $199 with a 2-year contract. Pre-orders start on July 1st at RadioShack stores.

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by Anonymous Coward on Jun 29, 2010

it looks just like the iphone

by Luis on Jun 29, 2010

Do your research there is no led flash on this device.not even on the galaxy s in europe.

by Specialist on Jun 29, 2010

Nice, but no front facing camera?

by Luis on Jun 29, 2010

Sorry killer look up the specs further no LED flash. Samesung is from south korea and they didn't put it on there flagship device there either what makes you think we'd get it.

by Andy on Jun 29, 2010

why are companies still trying to copy the iphone? let alone the older version. move on already! copy the EVO 4G or the Droid X.
this to me is geared for the preteen.

by luis on Jun 29, 2010

Yet again I say andy do ur research just cuz u see a bunch of apps on a screen doesn't mean ur copying Iphone. Its the same android system where u have a desktop looking area. They just took a pic with some apps. Same as an evo and any other android phone lol.