Training docs confirm Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q is now the Relay 4G


Earlier today rumors emerged that the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q was undergoing a name change to Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G, though at the time the new moniker was merely rumor with no substantial evidence to back it up. Just a few hours later we now have as close to a confirmation as possible without an official announcement. In a newly leaked set of training documents the phone is referred to by the Relay 4G name while giving us a fresh rundown on the devices specs.

The device formerly known as the Blaze Q will feature a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 4.0-inch display, NFC capabilities, and of course a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The phone was originally thought to be planned for release this week, but the device now appears delayed. Whether the name change is the reason or not we can’t say.

[via TMoNews]

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  1. Hey Chris.. please tell me what is “SAFE” Approved?? What it’s does?? That is what from SGS3 have…

    1. its a corporate security thing from what i understand.

  2. I wish Samsung would also whip out their strong hand here like they did with the launch and design of the GS3. Simply tell the carrier that adding the bullshit “4G” to everything or changing a product name just to use 4G in its title is a little rediculous. Even tho Blaze Q wasn’t great it is better than relay.

    1. Blaze is a concept of arrainment in energy dsta power systems. It encompasses all human achievent csn obtain. Blaze is code and fully operational is sepersted from conventional power sources. Via a portal. Its energy supply is enough to power the esrth in one reaction. It is a:grid containment field and can be”access:by certain deviced and rankng officials., its comutational powerbis or become sequential.

  3. Tempting, but I’ll wait for the reviews from Phandroid before buying. You guys are going to review this, right? :-)

  4. I will stick with the Samsung Sunburst for now.

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