T-Mobile USA CEO Phillipp Humm has confirmed the existence of the Samsung Galaxy S 4G and Sidekick 4G at a press breakfast this morning, according to reports from PC Magazine.
The Sidekick 4G will revive T-Mobile's Sidekick brand in the form of a Android-powered HSPA+ device. The Galaxy S 4G has previously been called the Vibrant 4G, and has been rumored to launch Feb. 23. Leaked specs suggest that HSPA+ aside, the Galaxy S 4G will be very similar to the original Vibrant, the only other notable differences being the addition of a front-facing camera and an upgrade to Android 2.2. The Galaxy S 4G is expected to be shown at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona next month, alongside other next-generation Galaxy S phones.
According to Humm, both devices will be arriving on T-Mobile in the first half of 2011. [PC Magazine]
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