Hands-On With The T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G

Summary: There are still a few people who enjoy using devices with hardware QWERTY keyboards and Samsung is filling in this niche on T-Mobile with the Galaxy S Relay 4G.

T-Mobile Galaxy S Relay 4G retail box front.
T-Mobile Galaxy S Relay 4G retail box back describing some of the key features of the device.

The Galaxy S Relay 4G has a hardware button below the display, similar to the Galaxy S III.
The back of the Relay 4G is covered with soft touch material with small ridges so it is easy to hold and will not scratch easily.
The hardware QWERTY keyboard is excellent on the Relay 4G. For those who still want a hardware keyboard the Relay 4G is tough to beat.
As you can see on the right side of the keyboard there are directional arrows and good spacing between the keys.

This left side view shows the Alt key as well as dedicated email and messaging buttons.
The headphone jack and battery access notch are found on the top of the Relay 4G.
The microUSB port and microphone button are found along the bottom of the Relay 4G.
This screenshot shows the default home screen panel of the Relay 4G when you finish setting up the device.
Several Google, T-Mobile, and Samsung recommened apps are loaded by default.
There are pages and pages of handy widgets to customize your home screen experience.

Folders are also used and some are setup out of the box. You can see some included utilities here.
WiFi Calling is supported on the Relay 4G and lets you make and receive calls through a WiFi connection.
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