Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q is now Relay 4G

August 17, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Rumors were aplenty that Samsung might change the name of its brand-new mid-range smartphone Galaxy S Blaze Q. Now a leaked T-Mobile training document has unofficially confirmed the news.

The newly revealed document shows the same Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q which was featured in its first wild spotting as well as in the later leaks of the official images.

However, in the new document, the device has another name –Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G.

That means the company has made a re-branding with the device but did not make any official announcement about the re-branding exercise publicly.

We could spot only a change in name. The device still packs the same slide-out full QWERTY keyboard, the 4 inch display and the 1.5 GHz processor. Though some sources think that the processor chip inside the rig is a Snapdragon S4 chip from Qualcomm, many observers think that it is too early to speculate on that.

A change in the name has not made any positive result on the platform update; it is still packing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. However, the mobile hotspot feature which can help it manage up to 8 devices will be an interesting one. The NFC and 4G connectivity functions of the phone also will make it a hot cake in the mid level smartphone market.

Despite rumors about a launch this week, we may have to wait before the device is officially launched.

© 2008-2012 - All rights reserved | Privacy Policy