T-Mobile just started offering the Galaxy S4 but apparently the carrier, which recently merged with MetroPCS, has plans to launch four additional devices from Samsung this year. According to TmoNews, the current model numbers for the still unknown phones or tablets include the SGH-M609, SGH-M709 the SGH-M809 and the SGH_M909. The site doesn’t have any information on what these phones might be however, so we’re basically sitting in the dark right now.
T-Mobile already offers a bevvy of Android-powered Samsung devices including the aforementioned Galaxy S4, the Galaxy S Relay 4G, the Galaxy S Blaze 4G, the Galaxy S II, the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II. It seems natural that it will replace some of those older handsets, especially the Relay 4G, the Blaze 4G and the Galaxy S II.