• My Samsung Vibrant Review

    Here's my Galaxy S Vibrant Review

    This article was originally published in forum thread: My Samsung Vibrant Review started by howard View original post
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    1. Nicholas's Avatar
      Nicholas -
      That phone looks gorgeous

      Rumor has it USCC is supposed to be getting a version of the Galaxy S sometime. I'm thinking it'll be my next phone.
    1. frail's Avatar
      frail -
      Every carrier seems to be getting a variant of it (with their own branding as well).
    1. Nicholas's Avatar
      Nicholas -
      Very true sir. Usually USCC doesn't get the really fun handsets that the Big Boys get so this is an exciting one for me lol
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