Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G Now On T-Mobile’s Website

With a release date in just over a week, the Galaxy S Relay 4G is now making it’s official appearance on T-Mobile’s website. That in itself isn’t a big deal, what is a big deal is the specs and the “Snapdragon S4″ reference on the Relay 4G spec page. We’ve reached out to T-Mobile yet again to confirm that the page is in fact incorrect and that the phone has an S3 processor inside, which we are assured it does. Still, I can’t help but wonder why the press release, internal pages for T-Mobile employees and publicly available website are being caught with conflicting info.

For now, and likely until we can get a look at the phone itself, we’re sticking with reports that the Galaxy S Relay 4G has a Snapdragon S3 processor inside and we urge you to do the same.

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  • LOV3BAS3DCUBANO

    Hope they resolve the specs discrepancy, cant be confusing customers during these times, especially with the holiday showdown about to erupt

    • JB

      Right! I’m sure the average consumer doesn’t know or could care, but you can’t have one official doc saying one thing and another one saying something else it just looks bad. With that said, It’s going to be one of the only hard keyboard smartphones in the market this coming season, so I’m sure anyone that’s looking for one will snap it up regardless.

  • Cooper

    This might be a deal breaker for this guy lol

  • GwapoAko

    David this is from Samsung website :
    1.5GHz, ARMv7, MSM8260A
    Is this S3 or S4?

    • http://about.me/mttsndrs Matt Saunders

      MSM8260A is an S4. But MSM8260 is an S3, so it’s only one letter apart and an easy mistake to make.

  • randomnerd_number38

    I’m ready to get my hopes up now. I truly believe it’s an S4! I’m all over this phone now.

  • Zombie Killer

    The specs have been live on Samsung’s site for days now… including S4 MSM8260A.

  • LOV3BAS3DCUBANO

    So when tmo releases this, will that mean the Lg Doubleplay and the Hauwei MyTouch Q will go to ToysRUs on a 1yr contract? Then again not even the kids would want those phones