Samsung Vibrant: T-Mobile’s Name for Galaxy S

By Jamie Pert - Jun 22, 2010

If you have been wondering what U.S. carriers will be offering the Samsung Galaxy S you were probably happy to hear that it could be coming to T-Mobile USA, we are now hearing that they may be rebranding the handset as the Samsung Vibrant.

To be honest the handset’s amazing Super AMOLED display suits the name ‘Vibrant’, therefore I think it is a good choice, however at the moment T-Mobile have not yet confirmed this.

According to CellPhoneSignal this will definitely be the handset’s name when it is offered by T-Mobile USA from July 21st, I guess we will have to take their word for it until we hear an official announcement from T-Mobile.

What name do you prefer Samsung Galaxy S or Samsung Vibrant?

Source: CellPhoneSignal

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    are transmit or receive call.

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  • I am a existing Omnia (910) user on Verizon who was very disappointed with Windows Mobile 6.1 and Samsung’s shell. Wound up buying SPB Mobile Shell to obtain a usable interface and had to abandon Exchange e mail caused by protection restrictions. Basically anytime you tried to spot or acquire a call, you needed to enter your PIN and I was missing calls as a outcome. Lastly made the decision to abandon smartphones for that time getting (economic factors) and wait for a fantastic Android product. The Galaxy S (Facinate) should fit the bill. Disappointed to hear with the GPS troubles. Let me add that Verizon’s 3G service was exceptional through and I ultimately stopped making use of WiFi since V3G was plenty rapid adequate for me.Interestingly, I’m utilizing the Omnia to be a wireless gadget close to the residence for checking email, Twitter, Facebook and simple browsing. But not being a cell phone!

  • Brent

    Robert has it right. The feature set is much more important than the name they choose.

  • Robert

    I prefer the name T-Mobile's Samsung "What happened to the front facing camera."

    • Jamie Pert

      That is quite catchy