The Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G smartphone now has an official U.S. launch date, or rather a launch timeframe.

The Korean handset maker stated today that the telephone will seem on T-cellular’s network sometime within the coming weeks. T-mobile subscribers will be capable to order the telephone throughout the provider’s stores, sure third-celebration shops, and on-line thru T-mobile’s website.

Initially known as the Galaxy S Blaze Q, the phone was rechristened with its current moniker last month. The Relay 4G was also allegedly supposed to reach consumers in August.

Sporting Android four.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the Relay fourG gives a four-inch tremendous AMOLED show, a 5-megapixel digicam in the rear, and a 1.three-megapixel digital camera in the entrance. Powered by a 1.five-GHz dual-middle Qualcomm Snapdragon Sthree processor, the phone comes with wi-fi calling and will beef up as much as 5 devices through performing as a cell sizzling spot, assuming you’ve were given the appropriate information plan.

Dubbed a 4G phone, the device will run under T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 42 network, which revs up with an average download speed of 8 megabits per second and a peak speed of up to 20Mbps.

The Relay 4G is also geared for the enterprise crowd through its SAFE (Samsung Approved for Enterprise) feature set.

SAFE comprises AES-256 bit encryption for added safety and helps Microsoft exchange ActiveSync for companies that use alternate. IT administrators too can take care of the phones of their group through using more than a few policies.

“Consumers are increasingly looking for a powerful device that makes it easy to integrate their busy work and personal lives,” Andrew Morrison, vice president of product management for T-Mobile USA, said in a statement. “The Galaxy S Relay 4G is the perfect addition to T-Mobile’s popular Galaxy smartphone lineup, providing our customers with a reliable and business-centric Android experience — and the easy access to entertainment for which Galaxy devices are known.”