T-Mobile to Launch Exhibit 4G & Gravity Smart on June 22nd?

The Samsung Exhibit 4G first showed up in a leaked T-Mobile roadmap last month, and now we’re learning more about this Android device, as well as Sammy’s Gravity Smart. The Exhibit 4G appears to be running Gingerbread, with a 1GHz processor under the hood, and most likely TouchWiz, which gives it access to Samsung’s Media Hub. No word on the screen size, but the leaked announcement above seems to think it’s amazing. My best guess is a Super AMOLED Plus display, like that found on the Galaxy S II.

The Gravity Smart is a somewhat less impressive entry-level QWERTY Android device. It’ll be packing Froyo, and a slide out QWERTY keyboard. Not much else is known about the Gravity Smart, but it’s not a powerhouse device like the Sensation 4G or Hercules, so we don’t expect it to get too much attention once it drops.

At any rate, the release date for these two devices appears to be June 22nd, as stated by the announcement. This doesn’t line up with the June 8th date found in the roadmap, but they’re only a few weeks apart, so we’re not too worried. No word on pricing for either of these device, but we’ll keep you posted.

So, anyone thinking about grabbing an Exhibit 4G or Gravity Smart, maybe as a late Father’s Day present? Leave your comments below or on our Facebook Wall!

Source Engadget

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