It so seems that we were right on the money when we prophesized that Samsung Unlocked Galaxy S would end up on T Mobile as the Vibrant. The mega United States carrier enterprise has just fed us with an uncanny teaser page for the latest much anticipated Android handset. The countdown clock slowly ticks for the teaser page and it will take another two more days of patience before we are privy to some more information but I had wager that it won’t be a long shot to suggest that Vibrant might, in many a ways be much not much different from Samsung Captivate that will be arriving at AT&T soon. The handsets are primarily built on the Galaxy S line which would imply that T-Mobile devotees will soon have a dangerous handset to take pride in.
The Vibrant should sport a 4-inch Super AMOLED display and take my words on it; these things will just blow you away. We had a chance encounter when we had a rare opportunity to play with this amazing display at CTIA and the colors are lively, vibrant and bright and it has a definite “wow” factor when you place your eye on it. This and the Retina Display by Apple will be vying for the top spot as they go head to head over the following few years for the title of the classiest unlocked smartphone display.
As the speculations spurn, a few days from the go, the T-Mobile smartphone should also be boasting the rather efficient 1 GHz Hummingbird processor manufactured by Samsung. The processor is supposedly stronger and more resolute than Snapdragon on the basis of graphics horsepower and as several tests and experiments reveal, it can produce thrice the graphical output as the iPhone 3GS.
The Vibrant should be supported by Android 2.1 as Samsung will in all possibilities be layering on its S Life UI. I wouldn’t be completely swept off my feet if T-Mobile resorts to some exclusive software flicks like the one similar to myTouch 3G Slide. And most probably we will witness Unlocked Motorola BackFlip Android 2.2 take over the device soon. All the prolonged expectations will soon be over as we get the essential detailing in a few days, so keep it tuned to IntoMobile.