couldn't find the original post but someone posted a rumor that Tmo's version of the galaxy S was going to have a snapdrahon 1Ghz chip - I couldn't understand why samsung would outsource a chip to replace one they made in house but..... just saw this - apparently tmo has announced on their twitter acct it will have the samsung hummingbird 1Ghz GPU T-Mobile Announces Samsung Vibrant, 1 GHz Smartphone | News & Opinion | PCMag.com T-Mobile Announces Samsung Vibrant, 1 GHz Smartphone By: Sascha Segan T-Mobile's official Twitter account has been tweeting up a storm about a new smartphone called the Vibrant, which I have on good authority is a member of Samsung's Galaxy S family. That means the phone will be a large, slab-style Android 2.1 phone with a 1 Ghz processor - the first true Android "super phone" available with T-Mobile branding. Samsung has said it's trying to introduce Galaxy S phones on all four major U.S. carriers, and the Vibrant is the second one announced, after AT&T's Captivate. The official Galaxy S launch party is on Tuesday night, but here's what T-Mobile has had to say about it on Twitter so far: "How about the Samsung Vibrant? 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor, 4.0-inch Super AMOLED touch screen, 5 MP camera" "The Vibrant's 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird processor is optimized for superior media viewing and game play." "The Vibrant's 5 MP camera is equipped with digital zoom and autofocus. Comes with an HD video recorder too!" "The release date will be announced in the near future, stay tuned" The carrier also has a silly rebus showing the phone's name, but it's clear that much more information will come out soon. To whet your appetite, check out our hands-on with the Galaxy S from the official product line launch in March. This post originally appeared on Gearlog.