Samsung Galaxy S 4G: Froyo And A Front-Facing Camera. Not Much.

It’s the same-old, same-old from Samsung here. The Galaxy S Vibrant is now the Vibrant 4G, and has access to 21MBps HSPA+ “4G” on T-Mobile, a front-facing camera, and Android 2.2. Froyo with Touchwiz 3.0. Instead of Avatar as the movie that comes built-in, Inception is, and has DoubleTwist for the media-syncing. It’ll launch sometimes in February. PR after the chop.

T-Mobile G-Slate Launching In March, Can Capture 3D Content

First the Motorola Xoom, second the T-Mobile G-Slate with LG. 1 GHz dual-core Tegra 2 processor, 8.9-inch display, 32GB of internal storage, gyroscope and accelerometer, stereoscopic rear-facing video cameras capable of full 1080p 3D capture, one of which is a 5 megapixel still camera with LED flash, a third 2 megapixel camera up front for video chat, and glasses required for viewing said 3D content. T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network or WiFi are your choices on the G-Slate for getting connected. You can also port 1080p video over HDMI to any external display that supports 1080p. The G-Slate will launch sometimes in March. Presser after the jump!

AT&T’s 4G First: HTC Inspire 4G on February 13th for $99.99

Surprisingly, for a high-end 4G Android handset like the Inspire 4G, AT&T is pricing things pretty low. Keep in mind the inspire 4G uses a 4.3-inch Super LCD display, 1GHz processor, an 8-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, Android 2.2 and HTC’s Sense UI 2.0 (and the online suite of Sense services), HSPA+ “4G” data speeds, 4GB internal memory and 8GB microSD built-in, mobile hotspot support, and Dolby Mobile with SRS WOW HD sound.

Whatever the price point is and may be, HTC’s Inspire 4G is pretty inspiring for AT&T’s current series of lackluster Android phones like the Aria, no? Press release after the cut. Via: AT&T

Dell Streak 5 With Android 2.2: Just Froyo With A Poorly-Lit Stage

Remember, back in the day? No, that didn’t come out right.

Remember when the only option for an Android tablet was a 5-inch, well-built, but slightly out of place phone/tablet first called the Dell Mini 5, then renamed to the Streak? Yes, I’ve reviewed it back in August — been there, done that. But Dell was kind enough (or just desperate) to get the Streak a meaningful place in the world, so they slapped Android 2.2 on it, and outed the Streak 7 as well. This may not be part of the abyss of reviews one might see for the newer and cooler, Streak 7, but it shares the same interface in a smaller package, so please continue.

T-Mobile G2 Review: A Pure Android Slider, Thus The Best Android Slider

Here it is! The T-Mobile G2, with a “controversial” sub-1GHz clock speed (800MHz to be exact), albeit with newer technology, so it’s actually faster. A 5 megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording, Android 2.2 vanilla with a boatload of Google apps, and HSPA+(4G?) speeds achievable on T-Mobile network. Let’s take a quick stride through the full specs and software, then run straight through the review and on to the always-difficult conclusion section.