Rogers Officially Releasing The Samsung Galaxy Q

Rogers Wireless has officially announced that they’ll be releasing the Samsung Galaxy Q.  Reasonably thought to be their 5.3″ smartphone tablet combo hiding in the rumor mill, this appears to be something entirely different.  The Q goes way back as we mentioned it close to this time last year.  This however, is said to be an entry level QWERTY slider aimed at young text crazy fanatics.  We haven’t received the full line of specs just yet but we do know the device will launch to our Canadian friends in the north, as previously mentioned.  As for what we think we do know, the device will launch with a 3.2-inch touch screen and will sport Android 2.3 Gingerbread which has yet to be confirmed.  The folks over at MobileSyrup have managed to get their hands on an internal doc explaining the term “Smartphone Lite” as a category.  In addition, they’ve scraped up a partial image of the device in the background of the pic below.  Hit the break to have a look and don’t forget to let us know what you think.  As more details emerge on the device, we’ll be sure to post them here on Talk Android.  Expect the device to launch some time in Q3.  

[via mobilesyrup]

About the Author: Axl Logan

Born and raised in New York City, Axl Logan is an avid tech junkie and Starbucks attendee. He enjoys everything digital from the latest cameras, tablets and mp3 players to the hottest smartphones on the market. He considers there to be no greater honor than to rock an Android phone and to be reporting the latest and greatest on Google and the hottest OS to ever hit a handset. Making the move from Windows Mobile to Android, functionality and productivity have never been better. Armed with a passion for Android, his Droid Razr and a cool as hell name like Axl, he aims to report everything and anything Android related. Axl currently works as an IT tech for a major firm in NY and loves to ride bike, play video games, and read a good book in his spare time.

  • Regine Lolling

    Wanted information on that. I wrote it off as merely another cost, but I’m going to look at it yet again.