Samsung Galaxy Blaze 4G Coming In March To T-Mobile USA

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Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Courtesy of T-Mobile

Seems like T-Mobile is stepping up their game when it comes to their smartphones. T-Mobile USA has announced more information of their upcoming Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G phone.

The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze will be one of T-Mobile USA’s smartphones that is capable of using their 42Mbps network. In theory the handset could reach download speeds of up to 42Mbps. This will allow consumers to quickly browse the web and download applications on their phone. The Samsung Galaxy Blaze 4G will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread and will have a 1.5-GHz dual-core Snapdragon S3 processor, 4GB of internal memory, support for 32GB microSD cards, a 3.97-inch SuperAMOLED touch screen, a 5.0-megapixel rear-facing camera, with 720p HD camcorder and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera.

Aside from the handset’s tech specs it offers a variety of applications such as Netflix, which will allow users to watch movies, and TV shows with a subscription to Netflix. T-Mobile TV offers free content from Fox News, PBS Kids and Comedy Time as well as paid content from ESPN Mobile TV, NBC and MTV for $9.99 a month. The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze offers a lot of pre-installed business applications as well such as Dropbox, Evernote, Square, TripIt, Camscanner and LinkedIn.  The handset also features TeleNave GPS Navigator that gives the user hands-free; voice guided turn-by-turn direction as well as full color 3D maps.

The Samsung Galaxy Blaze 4G will cost $149.99 with a two-year contract and a $50 dollar mail-in-rebate and will be available in March.

Update: T-Mobile has announced an official launch date for the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G. The handset will be available on March 21st at retail and March 28th online. So, I want to know will you pick up the Samsung Galaxy Blaze S 4G?

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