Samsung Behold II is in sight and the lauch date is coming near. T Mobile has invited journalists in a event on November 18 to demonstrate Samsung Behold II.
This will be Samsung’s first device running Google’s OS to be introduced in the U.S. It will also be T-Mobile’s first model with a large AM-OLED display.
The invitation doesn’t promise that this smartphone will be released at that time, and unconfirmed reports say the launch is actually scheduled for the week after, Nov. 18.
T-Mobile’s latest Android-based smartphone will have a tablet shape, and include a 3.2-inch touchscreen. As mentioned earlier, this will be an AM-OLED display, a type that uses less power and offers better colors at wider viewing angles.
It’s not known what version of Android this smartphone will use. It could be Android 1.6, or this could be Samsung’s first with the new Android 2.0.
The Behold II will use Samsung’s proprietary TouchWiz user interface in place of the standard one. This provides one-touch access to commonly-used features and applications, plus widgets located in a slide out tray.