By Brandon Miniman | February 24, 2011 4:16 PM
The original Samsung Vibrant on T-Mobile, soon to be usurped by the Vibrant 4G, was (and still is) a fantastic Android smartphone. Like the other Galaxy S devices, the Vibrant is fast, sleek, has great battery life, and provides a great viewing experience with its Super AMOLED display. One of the major downsides is the poor camera and lack of flash, a commonality shared with the AT&T Captivate. We were hoping that with the February 23 release of the HSPA+ capable version of the Vibrant, the Vibrant 4G, we’d see some hardware improvements, like the addition of a flash, but alas, it doesn’t look like Samsung has made many changes to the hardware of the device, as you can see in these images procured from AndroidCentral. But hey–it’s got a new silvery backing!