Samsung's just made the Galaxy S 4G official, though they're offering up curiously few details. It's coming to T-Mobile's HSPA+ network—Samsung's first to support the full 21Mbps—it'll have a Super AMOLED display and it'll run Android 2.2. [Samsung]
T-Mobile is continuing to roll out their super-speedy HSPA+ network, announcing coverage in areas of upstate New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Specifically:
Streaming HD video. Uploading gigantic files. Surfing the web comfortably. These aren't things you'd normally expect on 3G. But T-Mobile's beefed up HSPA+ network, which I tested recently in the first city to launch, handled these tasks beautifully. Simultaneously.