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Four sexy 3G Samsungs get pictured on their way to T-Mobile

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 6:19PM EST

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Tmonews forum user VtotheZ managed to get his hands on a whole mess of Samsung handsets that will be making their way to T-Mobile US this year. While details are limited for the time being, it certainly looks like there will be something for everyone. First up, pictured above at the top and bottom right, is the Samsung Gravity 2. Featuring dual keypads and a side-sliding form factor, this Gravity replacement will reportedly be available in pink/red and orange/graphite and out before Q4. At the bottom right of the image above, you’ll find the 20-key Samsung T349 we scooped last month which is due out on May 20th. Hit the jump for the goods on two more Tmo-bound 3G Sammys.

Thanks, Glenn!

Pictured above is a full touchscreen piece with an unknown moniker that should be landing before Q4 as well. All we know so far is that it sports a 3 megapixel camera and TouchWiz. The poster claims that the pricing on this little guy will be “VERY VERY nice” on contract. Sweet.

Last but certainly not least is a unique little dual-screen gem whose name is unknown. Due out this Summer, this Sammy sports a tiny outer display with a standard 0-9 keypad and flips open to reveal a larger internal display with a full QWERTY and a d-pad. It will be available in two color combination at an unknown price point.

On a related note, the poster also claims Samsung’s Android-powered I7500 will indeed be coming to T-Mobile but it won’t launch until November.


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