Today appears to be Samsung Galaxy day because we are looking at all the latest Samsung Galaxy smartphones announced at CES. The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze from T-Mobile, was announced called one of the fastest smartphones with speeds up to 42mbps.
We also call it, Samsung Galaxy S confusion day because each new model has a similar name but slightly different specs from the Samsung Galaxy S II. We can't figure out why the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze in not a Samsung Galaxy S II name-sake.
Here's what we've been able to figure out what this Samsung Galaxy S Blaze will be. It is more like a Samsung Galaxy S II because it has a Super AMOLED touchscreen and the same S3 processor. The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze also has a rounded design and four on-screen buttons, like the Samsung Galaxy S II.
However, the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze name appears to promoting the faster 4G network with "wow speeds" which is where it gets its 4G Blaze name. Although not technically 4G LTE the HSPA+ 42 data network comes close in speeds.
It has not been announced, yet, if the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich like the Galaxy Nexus or Android 2.3. The sign-up pages just states "Android."
The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze is supposed to be 'coming later this year" with amazing entertainment."
Whatever you call the new Samsung Galaxy superphone, it will be faster than present models, until the next superphone comes along. Other Samsung Galaxy smartphones announced at CES are the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD , Sprint Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Samsung Galaxy Note .