By Stephen Schenck | February 24, 2011 4:14 PM
T-Mobile announced the Samsung Galaxy S 4G last week, promising to bring 21Mbps speeds to the Galaxy S experience by means of its HSPA+ network. Now a leaked T-Mobile document shows the Galaxy S 4G in preparation for a February 23 launch, confirming earlier rumors.
Back when all indicators pointed to the phone being called the Vibrant 4G, we saw some information indicating a February 23 launch. Since then, T-Mobile’s started referring to the phone as simply the Galaxy S 4G, making us think it may have changed it strategy in regards to the handset. The images revealed by TmoNews today suggest that the initial assessment is still on-track, and the premiere T-Mobile 21Mbps smartphone should be here within a month.
If a larger Android is more to your tastes, the T-Mobile materials also reveal that the Dell Streak 7 will be available on February 2, and LG’s G-Slate will arrive on March 23. Keep in mind that these dates are unofficial, and may still change, but the source certainly looks legit enough.