There's no better way to enter the weekend than with a juicy rumor to keep the rumor mill churning. Since CTIA, Android fans have been anxiously awaiting the announcement of new devices thought to be launched across the various carriers, with less than desirable progress to speak of. So far we've seen the official announcement of the HTC EVO 4G (with no date or price yet) on Sprint, and the Droid Incredible by HTC, which was just made official yesterday on VZW. Other than that, we're expecting the recently announced HTC triple-play (Desire, Legend, and HD Mini), as well as the Samsung Galaxy S which has recently been rumored as headed to AT&T.
Looks like we might have some good news for T-Mobile Android fans. It's far from official, but the Bluetooth Special Interest Group has recently certified a device that could very well be the T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy S. The device, SGH-T959 (later described as T939), is described as "a Full Touch phone with reinforced features...4.0 inch AMOLED screen...TouchWIZ 3.0...embedded Android OS... [and] supports EDGE/GSM Tri-Band (850/900/1800)."
UnwiredView is suggesting that the "T" in front of the three numbers in the model number reveals that whatever the phone is, it's headed to T-Mobile. In addition to the Bluetooth certification, there is also a Wi-Fi certification, and a UAProf that exist, solidifying some of the specs and letting us know that the phone will be running Android. But don't get too excited yet, there are still a few reasons to be hesitant. According to Phandroid, you'll notice that the T959 is also referred to as the T939 which is the model number of the Samsung Behold II. In addition, in the UAProf, the resolution does not match up with what it should be.
So, we're still not out of the woods and this is still classified as a major rumor, but who's excited about the possibility of the Samsung Galaxy S on T-Mobile? Sound off in the comments!