The Sidekick 4G is Samsung's first addition to the T-Mobile's Sidekick lineup. It's powered by the same hardware as the original Galaxy S, runs on Android v2.2 Froyo and packs the familiar five-row QWERTY keyboard.
It seems Samsung has replaced Danger in manufacturing the Sidekick lineup. The latest member - the Sidekick 4G - packs a 3.5-inch capacitive WVGA display, 3 megapixel camera plus a front VGA one for video-calls and all-round connectivity options including support for T-Mobile's 4G network.
The Froyo-powered Sidekick 4G is based on the same hardware as the first-gen Galaxy S - the Hummingbird chipset with a 1GHz Cortex A8 processor and PowerVR SGX540 graphics. There is no info on the RAM and the internal storage yet.
The Sidekick 4G fella will hit the T-Mobile US network in the upcoming months in two colors - matte black and pearl magenta. You can check the carrier's website for more information and register for news.
this mobile gonna b very nice infact i have searched for it but i m nt getting it.i had first saw the sharp side kick.it was good bt nt good enough to b compared to samsung android.thanx
I wish htc would make a sidekick with atleast an 5 megapixel camera atleast a 4in screen and in pink! O and of course the latest version of android and lots of cool features it be nice!
It would have been nice to see the iconic swivel screen come back but not everyone agrees. This phone is just another generic Android smartphone with its usual features. It does NOT deserve any names related to the T-Mobile Sidekick/hiptop. It is co...