By Anton D. Nagy | August 16, 2012 2:49 AM
It looks like some phone makers and/or carriers are really trying they’re best to come up with “interesting” device names. We’ve been expecting the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q to launch yesterday, as a leaked document as well as a new press render implied, but that didn’t happen (the Galaxy Note 10.1 would have probably stolen the show anyway).
While the reason for not launching can be anyone’s guess (or the rumors regarding August 15 were wrong in the first place), the name of the phone seems to have reportedly changed. We’re no longer talking about the T-Mobile Samsung “Galaxy S Blaze Q”; prepare to welcome (whenever it will arrive) the T-Mobile Samsung “Galaxy S Relay 4G”. An excellent moniker replaced by an even greater one!