Samsung Exhibit 4G

T-Mobile is continuing its push of 4G Android phones, and the latest looks to be the Samsung Exhibit 4G.  The specs we're sure of, thanks to a tipster who sent a handful of pictures to T-MoNews, are TouchWiz, a front facing camera, Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread), and a model number of SGH-T759.  Additional rumored specs include a 1.4 GHz ARM11 processor, a 5 MP shooter that does 720p recording, and a 3.7-inch AMOLED display. 

Looks like another nice mid-range Android phone from Samsung.  We'll be on the lookout for more about this one, for now hit the source link to see the rest of the photos.

Source: T-MoNews

 
There are 27 comments

Coolaaron88 says:

T-mobile just keeps it moving with new Android phones. Why cant sprint do the same thing. They always ride on like 1 major android device for the entire year.

moises1204 says:

yea, and sprint like to put a stupid sliding keyboard to every phone.

cheburashka says:

They didn't put a keyboard on the Evo. Oh, and I like having a keyboard on my Epic. That is one of the major reasons I chose Epic over the Evo.

...besides at least its *different* and not just a black slab like almost all other android phones out there.

moises1204 says:

the epic would have been a better seller if it wasn't for that stupid keyboard, that is the reason why the evo sold more than the epic, even though the epic is a better phone.

EVO, EVO 3d, nexus 4g...... right, keyboard on every phone

mouseglider says:

Why in the heck would you call this a midrange phone, because it is not dual core?

It has two cameras - 1.4ghz cpu (that would make it fast without 3rd party OC'ing) - 720p (yes it is not 1080p, but how many are) recording and an AMOLED display - and Gingerbread.

I'd say if it is a current phone, then by current standards, its maybe not the ultimate, but certainly better than entry level midrange.

Coolaaron88 says:

Well with dual core phones becoming "high end" 1Ghz might end up becoming the midranged spec.

ScottG says:

I agree with you completely. And contrary to what many phone manufacturers think these days, bigger is not always better. A 4.5 inch screen is just far too big for a mobile device!

Simba501 says:

I agree. No way in heck is this a midrange device. 1.4 ghz?? That's faster than anything on the market, outside of dual core, which isn't even the standard yet.

Because if the rumors are right, it's an ARM11 CPU. Think Moment, Intercept, or....Pixie o_O Clock speed doesn't matter. It's a new phone with old specs.

bjs188 says:

agree. clock speed, gingerbread amoled. Why is this not a high end phone?
3.7 inches? come on, not everyone likes a small tablet as a phone.
Arm11 may not peel paint off walls but 1.4 ghz is nice.
720p? I call BS, people demanding 1080p from cell phone. seriously, it's not just the number. 720 is more than adequate for video a. from a phone, b. for most people, and c. even on hdtv's that are less than 42". Some of the nerds are getting a little too gluttonous.

mhmmdy123 says:

Because the processor on the EVO 3D dual core it`s 1.2GHz,actually it`s 1.5GHz speed. that`s why this phone been called mid range phone.

likwidsoul says:

I don't know if think it looks pretty slick

Mobius360 says:

Looks like a solid offering for those wanting a little bit smaller screen. I imagine this is about the size of a iPhone.

pDoG says:

Ita 3.7. So its bigger than the iphone. It has the same screen size as the incredible, nexus one and G2

ScottG says:

Anyone notice the lack of a home button?

_Zguy__ says:

hopefully a real home button under the three others

_Zguy__ says:

Yes like i guessed earlier there is a physical button under it
look here
http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2011/05/5-7-2011samsungexh...

I'm getting really tired of all these 4G, 1.4GHz, front facing camera having, HD shooting, AMOLED screen rocking "Mid Grade"? phones...

_Zguy__ says:

I think its awesome to have midgrade phones like that

cashmore1985 says:

Is this phone going to pimp my ride?

This is sad that this "mid-range" phone has 720p recording and my "high-end" Nexus S does not...

cheburashka says:

Its funny (not) how a high-end $650+tax phone is not considered even as "midrange" less than 9 monthes after its out 8-/

Beezzy says:

Mid Range?! This is a legit device! It's like a beefed up Incredible.

Lets try it this way:
ARM 11 CPU:
LIKE THE ERIS OR TRANSFORM OR GEM OR OPTIMUS T
NO ADOBE FLASH SUPPORT
USES MORE POWER TO DO LESS WORK

Forget the clock speed for a second. A 3.33 GHz Celeron CPU is not better or higher specs than a core i3 at 2.13 GHz, even though it has more jiggawatts. If the rumored specs are right, this one's far from a powerhouse.

edback says:

Preach it brother! this thing is junk and any chump who gets suckered into buying it because of the misleading specs will be sorely dissapointed

Chewyrobbo says:

Yes, Arm11 is an ARMv6 core. Snapdragon, Hummingbird, and A4 are all ARMv7 instruction set.