PC Mag is reporting today that T-Mobile outed the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S 4G and Sidekick 4G at a press breakfast today. According to T-Mobile CEO Philipp Humm, the devices will be available in the first half of 2011, but no more specific dates were given. Both devices will work on T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network that they are fond of calling 4G.
Both will be running Android, which is more of a surprise for the Sidekick than the Galaxy. The Sidekick OS designed by Danger is no more, but the Sidekick branding as owned by T-Mobile is being transitioned to Android. Samsung is expected to announce a new version of the Galaxy S at Mobile World Congress in just a few weeks, but we believe the Galaxy S 4G is based on the existing Vibrant hardware.