Look, let us just sum up the Galaxy S 4G for you: it's a Vibrant with Froyo, a front-facing camera, andInception. After reading through the new details T-Mobile's outed on its latest HSPA+-equipped Android smartphone today, that's really the best way to describe it... and let's face it, Avatar (which, you might recall, came bundled with the Vibrant) was getting kind of old and played out anyway. Naturally, like T-Mobile's other video call-capable devices, the front-facing camera will make use of Qik; other preinstalled third-party apps will include Kindle, double twist with airsync, and T-Mobile TV for streaming content from ABC, Fox, PBS, and others. You'll also get a slight battery capacity bump from the Vibrant to 1650mAh, undoubtedly to counteract the effects of the beefier radio. Revolutionary, no; evolutionary, quite! We don't have a date or a price yet, but the carrier says we can expect it this month. Follow the break for the full press release.