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Samsung Galaxy Exhibit 4G

Running on T-Mobile's 4G Network, the affordable Samsung Exhibit II 4G lets you easily access rich entertainment from just about anywhere. Powered by Google's Android OS 2.3 "Gingerbread", the Exhibit II 4G features a 3.7 inch WVGA TFT capacitive touch display, smartphone essentials like full Web Browsing, email, maps/navigation, social networking, and access to thousands of apps from the Android Market. Including free and premium TV with T-Mobile TV and a one-stop shop for watching and downloading the hottest movies with Samsung Media Hub. In addition to rich entertainment features, you can easily take and quickly share high quality photos and video with the 3 megapixel camera with flash and video chat with the front-facing camera.
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What's In The Box
  • Battery - Yes
  • Charger - Yes
  • USB Cable - Yes
  • microSD Card - No
  • Reference Guide - User Guide, Quick Start Guide
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Quick Look Features & Specifications
  • Camera Megapixels - 3 MP
  • Camera (Front) - Yes
  • Touch Screen - Yes
  • Int'l Compatible - Yes
  • GPS Capable - Yes
  • Use as a Modem - Yes
  • Email - Yes
  • Mobile Web Browsing - Yes
  • WiFi - Yes
  • 4G - Yes
  • 3G - Yes
  • Display - 3.7", 480 x 800 Pixels, TFT
  • Operating System - Google's Android 2.3 ("Gingerbread")
  • Keyboard - Virtual QWERTY
  • Built-In Memory - 512 MB
  • Dimensions - 4.5" x 2.4" x 0.5"
  • Weight - 4.1 Ounces
  • Battery Type - Li-Ion
  • Standby Time - Up To 15.2 Days
  • Talk Time - Up To 5.5 Hours
  • Data Plan - Required
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Messaging Features
  • HTML Web Browsing - Browsers Supported: HTML, XHTML, Flash, RSS, WAP, CSS, CSS 2.1, CSS 3
  • Instant Messaging - Chat With Your Friends On-the-go With GoogleTalk
  • Multimedia Messaging - Yes, Send and Receive Picture and Video Messages
  • Text Messaging (SMS) - Yes, Send and Receive Text Messages
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Entertainment
  • App Store - Download Apps, Ringtones, Games, and More From The Google Play Store
  • Custom Ringtones - Downloadable
  • Customizable Graphics - Downloadable
  • Facebook - Yes
  • Games - Yes
  • MP3 Player - MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, MP4, WAV, MIDI
  • MP3 Ringtones - Downloadable
  • Photo Apps - Yes
  • Picture Caller ID - Yes
  • Polyphonic Ringtones - Yes
  • Streaming Multimedia Support - Watch Your Favorite Shows and Sports Live Or On-demand With T-Mobile TV
  • Twitter - Yes
  • Ringer Profiles - Yes
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Digital Camera
  • Zoom - 3x Digital Zoom
  • Camera - Dual Cameras - 3MP Camera With Auto-focus and LED Flash Front-facing Camera For Video Chat
  • Video Capture / Camcorder - Dual Cameras Capture Video
  • Video Chat - Take Advantage Of Video Chat With A Built-in Front-facing Webcam
  • Front-facing Camera - Take Advantage Of Video Chat With A Built-in Front-facing Webcam
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Advanced Features
  • Bluetooth Stereo Headset (A2DP) - Stereo Bluetooth Compatible For Quality Music Experience and Hands-free Conversations
  • Bluetooth Wireless Technology - Connect Wirelessly To Other Devices Including Car Kits, Headsets, and More
  • Android - Google's Android OS 2.3 "Gingerbread"
  • PC Synchronization - Yes
  • Voice-driven Menus - Yes
  • Visual Voicemail - Listen To Your Voicemail In Any Order and Easily Manage Your Inbox Without Having To Dial In
  • Upgradeable - Yes
  • Swype - Text With Swype - Simply Slide Your Finger Over The Letters To Draft A Text Message
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Core Features
  • Alarm - Yes
  • Calculator - Yes
  • Calendar - Yes
  • Color - Deep Marine
  • Style - Candy Bar
  • Speakerphone - Yes
  • To-Do List - Yes
  • Vibrate - Yes
  • Voice Memo - Yes
  • Voice-activated Dialing - Yes
  • PDA Device - Yes
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Technical Specifications
  • RAM - 512MB RAM
  • Webcam - Take Advantage Of Video Chat With A Built-in Front-facing Webcam
  • 3G Data Speeds - Yes, Where Available
  • Processor Type - Single Core, 1000MHz, Qualcomm MSM8255
  • Ringtone Types Supported - MP3, HiFi, Megatones, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MIDI, Polyphonic, WMA, MPEG4
  • Compatible Carrier - T-Mobile
  • Data Download Speed - 4G/3G/HSPA+/EDGE/UMTS
  • Expandable Memory Capacity - Up To 32GB microSD Memory Card Supported
  • Hearing Aid Compatible - M3/T3
  • Manufacturer Model Name - SGH-T679
  • Micro-USB Port - Yes
  • Multiple Numbers Per Name - Yes
  • Network Compatibility - GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900 UMTS 850, 1700/2100, 1900
  • Phonebook Capacity - Depends On Available Memory
  • Predictive Text Entry - Yes, Swype and XT9
  • Processor Speed - 1GHz
  • Standard 3.5mm Stereo Headset Jack - Yes
  • HSPA+ - Yes
  • TTY Compatible - Yes
  • Mobile Hotspot - Share Your Mobile Broadband Connection With Up To 8 WiFi-enabled Devices
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Compatible Rate Plans
  • Device Supports Keep My Existing Plan - Yes
  • Device Supports T-Mobile Value Voice Plans - Yes
  • Device Supports T-Mobile Classic Voice Plans - Yes
  • Device Supports Voice Plans - Yes
  • Device Supports T-Mobile Simple Choice Plans - Yes
  • Available For Purchase Without Service Plan - Yes
  • Device Supports Add-on Line Plans - Yes
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Compatible Features
  • Requires a T-Mobile Smartphone Data Feature - Yes

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