Tag Archives: Gravity

T-Mobile Announces Samsung Exhibit 4G And Gravity Smart Release Dates

T-Mobile just confirmed the release dates (we nailed them back on June 4th) for the Samsung Exhibit 4G and Samsung Gravity SMART via a quick Tweet. Arriving on June 22nd both devices fill a nice niche in the T-Mobile lineup allowing the Sensation 4G to remain king of the current Android hill (sorry G2x, you have to be in stock to get counted) with the Exhibit 4G somewhere in the … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces Samsung Exhibit 4G and Samsung Gravity Smart

T-Mobile has formally announced the Samsung Exhibit 4G and Samsung Gravity SMART aka GT2. We aren’t strangers to either device around these parts as we’ve seen both devices appear on numerous leaked docs proving their existence as well as a full on gallery of the Exhibit 4G. The Samsung Exhibit 4G will arrive “sometime in June”  on T-Mobile at a price “less than $100 after a $50 mail … [read full article]

Samsung Gravity Touch 2 “GT2″ Unveils Itself

The original Samsung Gravity T was a midrange phone with 3G capability billed as a great device for “Connected Socializers.” Well the next generation Gravity phone for T-Mobile is about to see a big bump with the addition of Android. The “First Android device for the Gravity brand that is optimized for texting” will include a 3.2″ screen with full slide out keyboard, 3 megapixel camera and runs Android 2.2. The Gravity … [read full article]

T-mobile launches Samsung Gravity

This one goes out to text messaging fanatics across the US, T-mobile has launched the Samsung Gravity. Available today via T-mobile, magenta is gearing up with holiday releases to ensure that cell phone fans from tweens to adults are covered from top to bottom with a multitude of devices to choose from. Sporting a full qwerty keyboard, the Gravity will sell for $49.99 after a $50 mail in rebate. Not bad for … [read full article]

More strangely named phones from Samsung

Earlier today we previewed the “Behold” and now we bring you the “Gravity.” Which begs the question as to how developers come with these awful names? I wonder if developers blindly go to a random page in the dictionary, point to a word and voila, we found our device name! Previously code-named the “Holic” (another name I won’t even touch) this little device from Samsung borders on those who love … [read full article]