Remember the Samsung SGH-T699 for T-Mobile that leaked out last month? It looks like we've finally got an actual product name for the QWERTY-equipped slider, thanks to a leaked document sent to our pals at TmoNews. According to the image, the SGH-T699 will be known as the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q when it arrives, which looks to be happening on August 15. The Galaxy S Blaze Q's spec list is said to feature a 720p display, front and rear cameras, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM and Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. The leaked document also contains a mention of the oft-rumored Samsung Galaxy Note for T-Mobile.
T-Mobile launched the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G back in March, and if this newly-leaked document is indeed accurate, it looks like the carrier plans on continuing its "Galaxy S Blaze" branding with the SGH-T699. There's no word yet on how much this Galaxy S Blaze Q might cost when it launches, but considering that T-Mobile's current selection of Android phones with hardware keyboards consists of the aging trio of the LG DoublePlay, myTouch Q and myTouch Slide 4G, I'm betting that there'll be some QWERTY addicts on Magenta that'll look into the Galaxy S Blaze Q regardless of its price. How many of you T-Mobile folk plan on checking out the Galaxy S Blaze Q?