Samsung Exhibit 4G, GT2 Joining Sensation 4G on T-Mobile June 8

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Thanks to a T-Mobile leak, we finally have a release date for the HTC Sensation 4G, scheduled for arrival on June 8. It now looks like it won’t be the only addition to T-Mobile that day, with other leaked docs showing two Samsung Androids also planned for launch: the Samsung Exhibit 4G and the Samsung GT2.

When we first heard about the Exhibit 4G earlier this month, it was rumored to feature a 1.4GHz ARM11-based CPU. Today’s leak dials-down that estimation a bit, identifying the processor as 1GHz Hummingbird. On the plus side, it should have high-speed 21Mbps HSPA+ where the network’s infrastructure supports it. The Android will have a 3.7-inch screen and ship running Gingerbread.

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The GT2 (short for Gravity T 2) is a more of a mid-range device than the Exhibit 4G, with a 3.2-inch screen, 800MHz processor, and Froyo on-board. Like the Exhibit 4G, the GT2 will feature a 3-megapixel rear camera, but the GT2 lacks anything up front.

Both the GT2 and the Exhibit 4G will sell with a $50 mail-in rebate available, though we don’t yet know their final retail prices. Expect the GT2 to be budget-priced, while the Exhibit 4G has decent enough specs to command a bit of a steeper price point.

Source: TmoNews 1, 2

Via: Android Police

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