Samsung Vibrant Plus Will Offer HSPA+ 21 Mbps 4G Speeds

Well, we knew the Samsung Vibrant Plus existed but we didn’t know was that it’s slated to be T-Mobile’s first 4G phone that offers HSPA+ 21 Mbps speeds. Currently, the myTouch4G and T-Mobile G2 offer 4G speeds that are capped at 14.4 Mbps. On top of that, this Samsung Vibrant 4G which will be exclusive to T-Mobile will offer a front facing camera with Qik video services and finally Android 2.2 (at least one Galaxy S phone has it).

Additionally, the Vibrant 4G will receive the “highest level of marketing support from T-Mobile, plus additional support from Samsung’s Galaxy S campaign. This includes TV and Cinema advertising among other marketing methods.”

This is a nice upgrade to an already decent phone but has Samsung already burned some bridges with the customer base by taking its time with the currently offered Vibrant. If this document is any proof, the Vibrant has sold nearly 1 million units to date and is the #1 selling Galaxy S device across all US carriers. Time will tell if users will scoop this up like they did Vibrant. No release date is posted on this document but we wouldn’t be shocked if we saw this one in the not so distant future.

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  • Chrisroberts7577

    Don’t forget the GPS may or may not work.
    And as the Samsung customer service rep told me “Just pull the battery every day and it will work fine.”

  • Gregmukai

    I love my Vibrant w/ Nero V4. To get the true value out of this device you have to go past the stock ROM and see what real Devs can do to optimize the amazing hardware it has.

  • Wilber

    Im not impress at all i have a samsung vibrant i love it but im done buying samsung products. They never have new update to 2.2 or 2.3 when they say they are going to give you an update. So i decided im going to get the LG Optimus 2X or wait for a non samsung product.

  • Auser72

    Nice phone, but skeptical like everyone else of updates. Took chance on vibrant after the behold debacle, thinking that samsung would surely do right by their flagship phone. Only to be disappointed, now have mytouch 4g. I have to wonder about the research and development that go into these phones to insure long term function and stability. Seems like these manufactures are pushing out theses phones with known defects and figuring to fix and patch as they go . My gut feeling is that samsung is trying to release a half baked, mildly updated vibrant out, to stay competitive and relative until the samsung galaxy s2 if ready.

    • Your baby can’t read!

      I’ll back you up, but only if you promise not to post a comment when the Galaxy S2 comes out saying how its just a mildly updated Vibrant to stay competitive and relevant until the Galaxy S3 is ready.

    • Your baby can’t read!

      I’ll back you up, but only if you promise not to post a comment when the Galaxy S2 comes out saying how its just a mildly updated Vibrant to stay competitive and relevant until the Galaxy S3 is ready.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_6BZWRJOKVCUIZWHMEWABAUBLHQ gfam

    Has the potential to belly-flop BIG-TIME! #1, no dual core and #2, the way Samsung is treating it’s present Galaxy S customers with the 2.2 upgrade fiasco. Oh no, T-Mobile WATCH OUT! :(

    • SEFan

      Well sure, but it could also be good. No upgun to dual-core, but I don’t hear anyone saying the Galaxy S phones are slugs either. This fixes one complaint about the Vibrant – that it couldn’t take full advantage of T-Mo’s 4G network – and comes with 2.2 at least, which answers another complaint. Since this phone isn’t so different from the original Vibrant this might mean that 2.2 will finally come to the original Vibrant as well. I don’t disagree with Auser72 about this being a mildly-updated Vibrant, but the updates (if they work) are all things people dissed about the first Vibrant, so a good phone becomes better. My question – does GPS work well on this version?

    • SEFan

      Well sure, but it could also be good. No upgun to dual-core, but I don’t hear anyone saying the Galaxy S phones are slugs either. This fixes one complaint about the Vibrant – that it couldn’t take full advantage of T-Mo’s 4G network – and comes with 2.2 at least, which answers another complaint. Since this phone isn’t so different from the original Vibrant this might mean that 2.2 will finally come to the original Vibrant as well. I don’t disagree with Auser72 about this being a mildly-updated Vibrant, but the updates (if they work) are all things people dissed about the first Vibrant, so a good phone becomes better. My question – does GPS work well on this version?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_6BZWRJOKVCUIZWHMEWABAUBLHQ gfam

    Has the potential to belly-flop BIG-TIME! #1, no dual core and #2, the way Samsung is treating it’s present Galaxy S customers with the 2.2 upgrade fiasco. Oh no, T-Mobile WATCH OUT! :(

  • Anonymous

    not okay tmobile you just added features thats it. where is super amoled plus i know there no dual core samsung yet but still tmobile look at motrola why did you guys not try to buy the atrix or something new stop reusing its lame and shows how lazy you are

  • Anonymous

    not okay tmobile you just added features thats it. where is super amoled plus i know there no dual core samsung yet but still tmobile look at motrola why did you guys not try to buy the atrix or something new stop reusing its lame and shows how lazy you are

  • Phatcub

    Sorry, Samsung can’t get my money, EVER again. I don’t get it why the Vibrant doesn’t have Froyo 2.2 when the Nexus S is running it. I would rather have an HTC phone they seem to care about the products they put out, even after it’s been on the market for a while. I like the Vibrant but would love some updates too. Samsung is too lax for me.

  • Bensworld

    Did they add a flash to the back camera?

    • Your baby can’t read!

      No, per the Vibrant/MyTouch/iPhone comparison chart in the documents pictured at the end of the article.

  • Abc

    Hey assoles at tmobile, when is the original vibrant getting the update to 2.2?

    • http://www.facebook.com/MatthewSki Matthew Kalinowski

      when the behold 2 get 1.6 upgrade they said it would be getting so never

  • Robavila721

    i think that tmobile is more to blame here, if they had included the extra features in the first place, they wouldn’t have to re-release a phone, samsung is just filling orders from tmobile. don’t get me wrong i love my vibrant and tmobile, but this is just giving customers the shaft, unless they come up with an exchange program for people who adopted the first gen vibrant, there will be ALOT of dissapointed people

    • Auser72

      I would have to respectfully disagree. The 4g compatibility wasn’t a hardware option in family of samsung galaxy phones at the time. While ffc was an option, tmobile hadnt developed 4g network to point to support feature, and you would have had same situation that att has with its iphone now(ala att . Now the led flash is the debatable, given the excellent picture quality in night mode and the sleekness phone design without it. Some find it unnecessary while others are adamant of it being as requirement of any super smartphone.

      • Anonymous

        Wait, are you saying that TMO 4G wasnt ready for a 4G phone? And are you saying that TMO could not have done what Sprint did and put their 4G specific radio in there?

        T-Mobile is 100% to blame for the Vibrants handling because as Robavila said “samsung is just filling orders from tmobile”.

      • Anonymous

        Wait, are you saying that TMO 4G wasnt ready for a 4G phone? And are you saying that TMO could not have done what Sprint did and put their 4G specific radio in there?

        T-Mobile is 100% to blame for the Vibrants handling because as Robavila said “samsung is just filling orders from tmobile”.

      • Anonymous

        Wait, are you saying that TMO 4G wasnt ready for a 4G phone? And are you saying that TMO could not have done what Sprint did and put their 4G specific radio in there?

        T-Mobile is 100% to blame for the Vibrants handling because as Robavila said “samsung is just filling orders from tmobile”.

      • Anonymous

        Wait, are you saying that TMO 4G wasnt ready for a 4G phone? And are you saying that TMO could not have done what Sprint did and put their 4G specific radio in there?

        T-Mobile is 100% to blame for the Vibrants handling because as Robavila said “samsung is just filling orders from tmobile”.

    • Dragoth

      I agree completely. An exchange program for current owners would go a long way towards customer satisfaction. I am wondering how much pestering it will take to get the exchange if they don’t offer it up freely though? Had a friend that had the HTC HD2 before the Vibrant hit the market. He spent about 3 weeks on and off the phone with T-Mobile and finally got them to sell them the Vibrant for the full upgrade cost AND allowed them to keep their HD2′s. Wondering if we could pull that same stunt with our old Vibrants. They even were able to sell their HD2′s for a profit lol.

      • Rage84088

        LOL I DID THE SAME EXACT THING!

  • Robavila721

    i think that tmobile is more to blame here, if they had included the extra features in the first place, they wouldn’t have to re-release a phone, samsung is just filling orders from tmobile. don’t get me wrong i love my vibrant and tmobile, but this is just giving customers the shaft, unless they come up with an exchange program for people who adopted the first gen vibrant, there will be ALOT of dissapointed people

  • ktwist

    Well I did leave this in a comment that the Vibrant 4G was coming and emailed a staff memeber a month or two back. I dont blame anyone for not believing (hell i was skeptical) but the Samsung Rep that informed me was right it seems. If the rest of what he told me was true, there aiming for a date on or close to Valentines Day he said.

  • Csaeteurn83

    if this is running 2.2 why dont us,,, the original vibrant get 2.2 already??? specs and errything is the same… i wont be gettin this bkus i doubt they are gonna upgrade this phone to 2.3,, ahahaha

  • Csaeteurn83

    if this is running 2.2 why dont us,,, the original vibrant get 2.2 already??? specs and errything is the same… i wont be gettin this bkus i doubt they are gonna upgrade this phone to 2.3,, ahahaha

  • Osyrus68

    So is this why the jackwads at Samsung and Tmo have been jerking around Vibrant owners in regards to updates??? because they knew all along they were just going to release the int’l version a few months down the road in the US particularly? if that’s the case….Tmo is not trying to be a better carrier, they really are just playing catch up. It’s extremely disappointing that all off these companies seem to think this is how to do good business. I understand we as consumers have the control, but when idiocracy has taken control and people just immediately go out and re-sign up for the “new” version of the phone every 4 months with a new 2 year contract no wonder the carriers pull this crap….

  • Osyrus68

    So is this why the jackwads at Samsung and Tmo have been jerking around Vibrant owners in regards to updates??? because they knew all along they were just going to release the int’l version a few months down the road in the US particularly? if that’s the case….Tmo is not trying to be a better carrier, they really are just playing catch up. It’s extremely disappointing that all off these companies seem to think this is how to do good business. I understand we as consumers have the control, but when idiocracy has taken control and people just immediately go out and re-sign up for the “new” version of the phone every 4 months with a new 2 year contract no wonder the carriers pull this crap….

  • Adm

    Yeah I’m going to jump on the bandwagon here and call complete and total BS on this one. I was already irritated that they’d release a “superphone” that doesn’t run on the new network that was started all of a month later. Now, they’re releasing my phone, with the upgrade I was told was coming months ago, AND the ability to take advantage of HSPA. To hell with the FFC, that’s not a big deal. Scorned customer over here.

    • Adm

      I expect new better phones to come out all the time and for mine to be obsolete quickly, but this is essentially being sold a beta version.

    • Adm

      I expect new better phones to come out all the time and for mine to be obsolete quickly, but this is essentially being sold a beta version.

      • Dragoth

        My exact thoughts. They are releasing this phone in a form factor that is how it should have been from Day 1. We have all been beta testers for Samsung. Congrats.

      • Dragoth

        My exact thoughts. They are releasing this phone in a form factor that is how it should have been from Day 1. We have all been beta testers for Samsung. Congrats.

      • Dragoth

        My exact thoughts. They are releasing this phone in a form factor that is how it should have been from Day 1. We have all been beta testers for Samsung. Congrats.

    • Adm

      I expect new better phones to come out all the time and for mine to be obsolete quickly, but this is essentially being sold a beta version.

    • Dragoth

      Couldn’t agree more. This is BS to the core and 100% a marketing ploy by T-mobile and Samsung to make more money. Makes me want to sell my Vibrant all together and find a manufacture that actually cares about the customers that buy their product.

    • Dragoth

      Couldn’t agree more. This is BS to the core and 100% a marketing ploy by T-mobile and Samsung to make more money. Makes me want to sell my Vibrant all together and find a manufacture that actually cares about the customers that buy their product.

  • Anonymous

    So they can release an updated version of the Vibrant (before they even update the first Vibrant with 2.2) but they can’t get the Omnia 7 or any version like it or the Focus over here?

  • Anonymous

    So they can release an updated version of the Vibrant (before they even update the first Vibrant with 2.2) but they can’t get the Omnia 7 or any version like it or the Focus over here?

  • Abc

    P.l boycott all samsung and tmobile branded phones.

  • http://twitter.com/Pistol_Pat M. Patrick Ortiz

    “Oh heck no. Not another Motorola, Samsung, LG, Huawei, HTC, Panasonic, Sony Ericsson, Vizio, Nokia or Dell handset. I’ve been burnt too many times.”

    That’s Android for you. Must buy a new handset every 4 month’s for the latest update named after a dessert. Don’t get your green panties in a bunch, I like Android. I dislike the way manufacturers can ruin it. Open source should be changed to semi-open source.

  • Rickdsf

    I am a person who needs a keyboard since I cannot type on a touchscreen. I cannot ever use an i-phone for this reason. I took the G-2. I really like the phone but when is someone going to get the idea that we want a FULL keyboard like the G-1? Sprint has the Galaxy with a video camera and a FULL keyboard already.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GRIFVUHCR7SCF2J4ACDIVSVGJM Hilton T.Y

      I used to be the same way. Til I got my first phone with no keyboard (the Nexus 1). Now even when I have a phone with a keyboard I never use it. And with the 2.3 keyboard I type much faster on screen than I ever did on the slide out keyboards because I don’t have to slow down to fix mistakes. It usually guesses right on the auto-correct. You should try it before you knock it.

      • Dale Murphy

        whose to say rickdsf hasn’t tried it? i agree with him. i’ve used swype, shapewriter, etc. you people who don’t want or like keyboards are an assuming and opinionated group. if we don’t like virtual keyboards then get over it.

        and yes, i still want a 4.3 inch screen!

        • http://twitter.com/stevegowski Steve Pstragowski

          yeah I was always a fan of physical keys. And the G1 still till this day has the best keyboard on T-Mobile. But once I rooted my HD2 with Android and installed the EVO keyboard my thoughts changed. Touchscreen keyboards are nice if your screen is 4″ or more. I’ll never go back to physical now.

        • Anonymous

          I must disagree and say the Touch Pro 2 has had the best keyboard on T-Mobile or any other US carrier. It’d be nice to have an expanded TP2-like keyboard for the HD2… but damn if that HD2 of mine isn’t sexy already…

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GRIFVUHCR7SCF2J4ACDIVSVGJM Hilton T.Y

      I used to be the same way. Til I got my first phone with no keyboard (the Nexus 1). Now even when I have a phone with a keyboard I never use it. And with the 2.3 keyboard I type much faster on screen than I ever did on the slide out keyboards because I don’t have to slow down to fix mistakes. It usually guesses right on the auto-correct. You should try it before you knock it.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GRIFVUHCR7SCF2J4ACDIVSVGJM Hilton T.Y

      I used to be the same way. Til I got my first phone with no keyboard (the Nexus 1). Now even when I have a phone with a keyboard I never use it. And with the 2.3 keyboard I type much faster on screen than I ever did on the slide out keyboards because I don’t have to slow down to fix mistakes. It usually guesses right on the auto-correct. You should try it before you knock it.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GRIFVUHCR7SCF2J4ACDIVSVGJM Hilton T.Y

      I used to be the same way. Til I got my first phone with no keyboard (the Nexus 1). Now even when I have a phone with a keyboard I never use it. And with the 2.3 keyboard I type much faster on screen than I ever did on the slide out keyboards because I don’t have to slow down to fix mistakes. It usually guesses right on the auto-correct. You should try it before you knock it.

  • proud_Vibrant_user

    so no flash, 1gb internal memory, what is the deal with Samsung putting out these “standard-feature-lacking” phones? Damn made me put together a word, its that bad.

  • proud_Vibrant_user

    so no flash, 1gb internal memory, what is the deal with Samsung putting out these “standard-feature-lacking” phones? Damn made me put together a word, its that bad.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GRIFVUHCR7SCF2J4ACDIVSVGJM Hilton T.Y

    I might have to pick one of these up pending the price of a 32 GB micro SD. If it had the same 16 GB internal as my Vibrant it would be a sure bet, but I”ll have to think about it. Not to mention by the time this phone is out the community will have gingerbread ready.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GRIFVUHCR7SCF2J4ACDIVSVGJM Hilton T.Y

    I might have to pick one of these up pending the price of a 32 GB micro SD. If it had the same 16 GB internal as my Vibrant it would be a sure bet, but I”ll have to think about it. Not to mention by the time this phone is out the community will have gingerbread ready.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GRIFVUHCR7SCF2J4ACDIVSVGJM Hilton T.Y

    I might have to pick one of these up pending the price of a 32 GB micro SD. If it had the same 16 GB internal as my Vibrant it would be a sure bet, but I”ll have to think about it. Not to mention by the time this phone is out the community will have gingerbread ready.

  • Djaymikee

    This phone neeeeds FLASH!!!!!!

  • Pmavini

    Folks you got the phone you bought. It is still the phone you bought, the world just passed it by. I didn’t expect my dvd player to play blu-rays the next day. Software delays suck, but you sure can’t gripe about the new model having different hardware.

  • dano

    Screw Samsung, what’s up with the LG Optimus 2X? Is it coming to T-Mobile US?

  • Bensworld

    I’ve been going back and forth with myself over the Samsung Vibrant or the Samsung Nexus S. I like both phones, but I was leaning more towards the Nexus S. The reason being is that it’s straight up stock Android, so it will receive all new updates of android going forward. With the upgraded front facing camera to the Vibrant Plus and it’s 21+ Mbps 4G Speeds I was like woo this might be the one. I guess I just can’t get over why wouldn’t they update the Vibrant Plus with android 2.3 and why not add a flash to such a high-end device.

  • Tatankisi

    This “plus” crap is what the original Samsung Vibrant should have been right from the beginning. To make matters worse, T-Mobile couldn’t even push for a stupid LED Flash. Thanks but no thanks. I’ll wait for a better one.

  • Slimshady

    perfect phone!! but why no flash? i guess, i’ll have to wait to upgrade yet again…

  • LuciddreamerX

    This doesn’t make any sense. It’s like tmobile is being cheap, if their gonna do a refresh do a proper refresh. The Inspire 4g and infuse 4g both have 4.5 inch screens, super amoled plus displays and cameras with flash and their humminbird processor are overclocked to 1.2ghz, ffc’s and they support their 4g networks.
    But tmobile can only add hspa+ and ffc? Wtf is that ? It’s 2011. If tmobile wants to remain competitive they need to release phones that have equal or better features.

  • LuciddreamerX

    This doesn’t make any sense. It’s like tmobile is being cheap, if their gonna do a refresh do a proper refresh. The Inspire 4g and infuse 4g both have 4.5 inch screens, super amoled plus displays and cameras with flash and their humminbird processor are overclocked to 1.2ghz, ffc’s and they support their 4g networks.
    But tmobile can only add hspa+ and ffc? Wtf is that ? It’s 2011. If tmobile wants to remain competitive they need to release phones that have equal or better features.

  • LuciddreamerX

    This doesn’t make any sense. It’s like tmobile is being cheap, if their gonna do a refresh do a proper refresh. The Inspire 4g and infuse 4g both have 4.5 inch screens, super amoled plus displays and cameras with flash and their humminbird processor are overclocked to 1.2ghz, ffc’s and they support their 4g networks.
    But tmobile can only add hspa+ and ffc? Wtf is that ? It’s 2011. If tmobile wants to remain competitive they need to release phones that have equal or better features.

  • Cory

    Hey tmobile – instead of launching a new Vibrant, why don’t you take care of your core customers that went out and purchased the Vibrant with a broken GPS and no update to 2.2 first? Or wait… maybe you’re sending us all a free Vibrant Plus as a replacement to everyone who picked up the original!

    • dirtyfrank

      because no one cares about customers who already bought the phone and signed a new contract. dont you people get that? once you have someones money in your hand, what reason do you have to keep them satisfied? If someone handed you $500 bucks then said ” now i need you to do some things for me”….. would you go do the things or would you disappear into the night with $500? only an idiot would stick around to do the chores when they already got paid. think about it

      • Michael

        Why do all of you assume that every Vibrant was purchased with a contract? I buy my phones outright and haven’t had a phone contract in years. This gives me leverage when I have billing or other issues – I threaten to leave and they have no way of charging me an ETF.

        When my daughters phone died and regular customer service wouldn’t honor the insurance I purchase, I spoke to customer retention and got a new phone mailed immediately.

    • E-dubbs

      I totally agree with you on that I just said the same thing in one of my post we should be allowed to get a free update or trade in our old phones for the new one with all the new features.

  • Cory

    Hey tmobile – instead of launching a new Vibrant, why don’t you take care of your core customers that went out and purchased the Vibrant with a broken GPS and no update to 2.2 first? Or wait… maybe you’re sending us all a free Vibrant Plus as a replacement to everyone who picked up the original!

  • rev2redlineguy

    Really….now this is a total slap in the face for current Vibrant owners. Seriously, does Samsung and T-Mobile think people are actually going to just spill out $500+ more dollars and simply forget about their old Vibrants like money grows on trees? Man, someone needs to fire these marketing people or whoever is in charge of bringing out these products to T-Mobile. What a total disgrace and I’m embarrassed by T-Mobile for even doing this to their customers. And as far as Samsung…..well, they are just shafting everyone else. Shame on them too. Karma is around the corner for them so they better get off that pink cloud they are on soon or else.

    • Derpaderp

      yeah marketing people have very little to do with what goes into the phone software-wise. but samsung should be decomissioned as far as i am concerned. even their “high end” phones like the vibrant still have crappy boring UI and many bugs. u cant expect a korean programmer to know how to input the exact codes to work flawlessly on an AMERICAN network

    • E-dubbs

      I feel you I honestly think we should get a free upgrade or able to trade are old samsung vibrants just to be fair due to the fact they held back froyo for several months.

  • rev2redlineguy

    Really….now this is a total slap in the face for current Vibrant owners. Seriously, does Samsung and T-Mobile think people are actually going to just spill out $500+ more dollars and simply forget about their old Vibrants like money grows on trees? Man, someone needs to fire these marketing people or whoever is in charge of bringing out these products to T-Mobile. What a total disgrace and I’m embarrassed by T-Mobile for even doing this to their customers. And as far as Samsung…..well, they are just shafting everyone else. Shame on them too. Karma is around the corner for them so they better get off that pink cloud they are on soon or else.

  • Drhonk
    • http://tmonews.com David

      This article is garbage, don’t believe it. I’m pretty good at this and I say its false.

      • 77danj7

        If it’s garbage where is the update?

        • http://tmonews.com David

          The Fascinate hasn’t gotten the update, the Captivate hasn’t either, you mean to tell me AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile are colluding with Samsung to not deliver Froyo because the Infuse, Unnamed LTE phone and Vibrant 4G are all on the radar. That’s a nice story, I’m having dinner with Elvis tomorrow.

        • matador

          not saying its true, BUT, I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if it was..samsung has been known to do some crappy moves…

        • meow

          I spoke with T-Mo customer retention today and asked about it. They said as far as they knew Froyo could be out at any time because it was ready for the Vibrant Plus. No worries on my end, 2.1 on the Vibrant seems to be just as nice as Froyo on my MyTouch, but that could just be me =)

        • death2religion

          it is just you.

        • meow

          I spoke with T-Mo customer retention today and asked about it. They said as far as they knew Froyo could be out at any time because it was ready for the Vibrant Plus. No worries on my end, 2.1 on the Vibrant seems to be just as nice as Froyo on my MyTouch, but that could just be me =)

        • Jasonschwartz

          well samsung does suck.and everyone knows at&t and verizon are the greediest bunch of hooknoses in all the land…… so I wouldnt put it past em.

        • Michael

          Tell the King that I want to hire him for my sister-in-law’s birthday party. He should be prepared to sing “In The Ghetto”…..she hates that song.

        • Michael

          Tell the King that I want to hire him for my sister-in-law’s birthday party. He should be prepared to sing “In The Ghetto”…..she hates that song.

      • TMO G2

        Why do you still have “21+ Mbps” in your article. The photos say “HSPA+ 21″ so that 21 Mbps max (which most people will never reach even half that).

      • TMOprophet

        I said Samsung and TMO would do this even before the Vibrant launched, and now its happening, its not false , you are simply wrong or trying to cover for them….shame on you. Obviously you are not very good at this stuff if you actually believe that article to be false, I know for fact that it is true.

        I will repeat my statements from long ago…This is how Sammy plays ball, get a phone, promise updates, then hold back or eliminate updates..then launch newer and better phone…everyone buy the new phone!

        • http://tmonews.com David

          I stand by the notion that is the false, I will continue to stand by this
          and as you believe for yourself, I’m not exactly ill equipped to have this
          debate. I’m not covering up for them, I simply don’t believe in a worldwide
          conspiracy between Samsung and the four major carriers. I know the email
          seemingly that started all of this was written by an employee who writes
          like a 12 year old, hardly someone in a position of power.

  • Drhonk
  • http://graflex.org/klotz/ klotz

    Does it have a 5-row keyboard?

  • Anonymous

    Should be interesting to see how that turns out.

    http://www.total-privacy.edu.tc

  • Anonymous

    Should be interesting to see how that turns out.

    http://www.total-privacy.edu.tc

  • http://www.facebook.com/rijomoli Ricardo Rodriguez

    led flash?

  • chris

    i guess this is our answer to the original Vibrant being upgraded to 2.2

  • Jimco

    Why would they not push out an update if they have 2.2 running on a phone wiht the exact same specs? That is what is mind boggling…I could understand if the Vibrant 4G had some sort of upgraded hardware and specs.