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Samsung released images of the upcoming Galaxy S Relay 4G smartphone this week.
The device is expected to debut on T-Mobile in the coming weeks, and now the company has provided the public with images of the smartphone on its official website that reveal its physical hardware in full detail.
In terms of design, the Galaxy S Relay is very similar to the Samsung Galaxy S3. Its backing is almost identical to the Galaxy S handset.
The device was originally scheduled to come out on T-Mobile this month, but was pushed back last week.
The device will still feature the same specifications as previously reported, according to YouMobile.org.
The handset features identical specifications to the U.S. variant of the Galaxy S3, including a dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU, 1GB RAM, and 16GB of built-in memory. It will also come with Android 4.0.4, Ice Cream Sandwich pre-installed, and its display will be 720p HD.
The Galaxy S Relay 4G will run off the carrier's 42Mbps HSPA+ network.
Press shots of the smartphone were leaked last week.
The Galaxy S Blaze Q was also reported by TmoNews, which stated that these might not be the exact specifications when the device launches next week.
Samsung also recently confirmed that it will be releasing a black version of the Galaxy S3 smartphone.
This variant of the device is currently available for pre-order at the U.K. retailer known as MobileFun. The black version is expected to be shipped in four weeks for those who pre-order the smartphone and will be available at retail locations two weeks after that.
This version of the device will retail for the same price as the blue and while models selling for £499.95.