Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G Pops up on Company Website

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Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G Pops up on Company Website

There is no end to the roll out of new models from Samsung Galaxy stable. This can be said, as the freshest details regarding the features and specifications of new Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G have already started surfacing in the company’s official website. Reports suggest that the handset is expected to feature a five row QWERTY keyboard and is considered to be closely related to Samsung Galaxy S3. As the images are already out in the site, analysts are assuming that the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G will be released in the market really soon. 

Neat Layout and Exterior Panels

Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G exterior panel looks neat and simple for users to operate. It will feature a home key on the center followed by a menu key and back key on the left and right sides of the handset. The device is also expected to feature favorite’s tray capable of rearranging apps as per the user’s wish. Application shortcuts are also available with the device allowing users to place the app shortcuts in the home screen of the smartphone itself. The smartphone will also feature indicator icons capable of providing users with information regarding the battery status and coverage for their preferred network. 

Standard features

There is nothing unusual. All standard features are present including front end and rear end cameras, built-in microphone and loud speaker as well as sensors like light and proximity. The controls for volume and power are placed on either sides of the smartphone. The connectivity features expected in this smartphone includes Bluetooth, USB and Wi-Fi ensuring high speed data transfer and wireless connectivity. 

However, Samsung is still tight lipped regarding the official announcement and the exact pricing and availability of Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G smartphone.

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