Samsung Behold II Dropping November 18

beholdII_launchThanks to TmoNews, we just learned of the the launch date for T-Mobile’s Behold II handset.  The first Samsung-built, Android-powered GSM device to land here in the US will be available starting November 11th.    That’s right, in less than a month, we’ll have 4 Android phones to choose from on T-Mobile USA.

The Behold II offers a 3.2″ AMOLED display, a 5MP camera, and a marriage of TouchWiz UI and Android.  The touch-only device is aimed at “Connected Socializers” who want to show off their cool, unique phones.

We’re still waiting to hear what the price point is, but we’d not be surprised to see it in the $150-$200 price range.

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12 Comments

  1. Rob
    October 19, 14:58 Reply

    CPU/RAM/ROM?
    The rest has been stated from the get go.

  2. ben
    October 19, 15:00 Reply

    Um, pretty sure the first Samsung Android phone in the US will be the Moment on Sprint Nov 1.

  3. Matt
    October 19, 15:27 Reply

    So is T-Mobile ever going to market some >528 Mhz-processor phones? I'm seeing the Droid go to Verizon, and the other faster one going to Sprint…

    • David
      October 19, 16:11 Reply

      Seriously…I'm counting the days until I can get out of my T-Mo contract for $50 (after 18 months). That'll put me into the Droid in about February.

  4. Josh
    October 19, 16:41 Reply

    This phone will have an 800 Mhz processor…from what I have heard.

  5. Derric
    October 19, 18:17 Reply

    Um, you guys realize that the image above shows the release date as Nov. 18th, right?

    I think you are mixing up this with the T-Mobile Tap, with releases on Nov.11th.

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