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Old April 17th, 2010, 10:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cool I guess T-Mobile is getting one also???

i guess T-Mobile is getting something similar or exactly the same phone as Galaxy S??? T959??? what do you guys think??? i hope it is... but according to the rumor aren't we suppose to get the Galaxy S Pro????? hmm confusing.... but it will be very lovely if we get the Galaxy S also... what do u guys think about this T959??

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Old April 18th, 2010, 11:19 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I can't wait!!!! Finally, Tmo is adopting a device that will hopefully deter people from switching carriers for better phones. If the rumor is true then we should have an announcement in June.

Not to mention, unlike the Galaxy S over at AT&T, the Galaxy S Pro will have a QWERTY keyboard.
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I can't wait!!!! Finally, Tmo is adopting a device that will hopefully deter people from switching carriers for better phones. If the rumor is true then we should have an announcement in June.

Not to mention, unlike the Galaxy S over at AT&T, the Galaxy S Pro will have a QWERTY keyboard.
yeah but i hope this rumor is true man... i really wanted to get the galaxy s but AT&T was getting them so i was very disappointed but if TMOBILE does get the galaxy s pro (i'm not even sure if samsung is making this one) i would get it in a hearbeat
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I'm wanting this phone so I have been reading every little thing that comes out on it. I'm from Canada so probably looking at a holiday release unless I buy unlocked from the US.

You guys seem to be in luck over there though, when I was reading one of the articles it had mentioned that Samsung was working hard to get this phone to as many carriers as possible. This is there flagship Android 2.1 phone and if you read the other news releases it's easy to see the connection with the iphone 4g.

Samsung and Apple are both scheduled to release this phone for the summer holidays, so Samsung is hoping to steal 4g iphone sales and retain there current Android lovers looking for a upgrade. Samsung will try and flood the market and carriers with this if they want to compete.
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I'm wanting this phone so I have been reading every little thing that comes out on it. I'm from Canada so probably looking at a holiday release unless I buy unlocked from the US.

You guys seem to be in luck over there though, when I was reading one of the articles it had mentioned that Samsung was working hard to get this phone to as many carriers as possible. This is there flagship Android 2.1 phone and if you read the other news releases it's easy to see the connection with the iphone 4g.

Samsung and Apple are both scheduled to release this phone for the summer holidays, so Samsung is hoping to steal 4g iphone sales and retain there current Android lovers looking for a upgrade. Samsung will try and flood the market and carriers with this if they want to compete.
it's going to be a tough competition for Sammy this summer since they are going up against THE iPhone.... (people just love Apple don't they??) and HTC Incredible, EVO 4G... so it's going to a tough one!! of course i'm going with the Galaxy S because i had mytouch 3g and i had a horrible experience with it... not just mytouch but also, G1, HTC 1st Touch... etc... anyway i'm just tired of HTC.. and iPhone... i don't wanna talk about it but go SAMSUNG!! kick their butt!!
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I am new to the Android universe. hope to give up my BOLD for the galaxy S. from what I know, the pro will go to t-mo and AT&T will get the S. can these be unlocked or jailbroken like other devices? wouldn't that solve the galaxy S/pro issue? i will take either, stuck on AT&T>
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The only problem that I had with my samsung memoir was that the earpiece volume was very low and people complained that they could never hear me on it. I hope this phone isn't going to have the same problem b/c I really need a new phone. This cliq is horrible
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I genuinely hope that the versions do not get designated to specific carrier's. I would like to have the choice of either model on my current carrier. Maybe that's just me, but I like having options. Personally I prefer the touch-screen vs the slide out qwerty keyboard.
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I genuinely hope that the versions do not get designated to specific carrier's. I would like to have the choice of either model on my current carrier. Maybe that's just me, but I like having options. Personally I prefer the touch-screen vs the slide out qwerty keyboard.
swype is pretty nice i am using swype for my behold 2 and it works great but sometimes physical qwerty keyboard comes handy...
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