AT&T may have the iPhone
, and Sprint may have the Pre
. You could
argue that Verizon Wireless has the BlackBerry Storm, but you can
definitely say that T-Mobile USA has the Android
devices. While most of
the other carriers are slowly picking up Google-powered units, T-Mobile
is snagging yet another in the Samsung Behold II.
Boasting a 3.2" AMOLED touchscreen, 5MP camera (with AutoFocus and
flash), Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth 2.1 and Microsoft Exchange support, the
Behold II is a smartphone that's easily as powerful as any out there
right now. There's also a microSD expansion port, A-GPS for navigation,
video recording support and a promise to provide a "rich
Internet/multimedia experience." As with most Samsung devices, this one
also has the TouchWiz interface, which assures users that
customizations won't be a problem.
Of course, the App Market is also available (as with every other
Android device), though two pieces that aren't available are as
follows: a price, and a release date. We know T-Mobile is just toying
with us here, but the teasing has to stop. We're guessing this one will
be out prior to the Christmas rush--anyone agree with that logic?