What's next for Samsung's Galaxy Phone line? The Galaxy S has been predominated by QWERTY-less models, aside from the Epic 4G on Sprint. But what about those of you on T-Mobile and AT&T who want a QWERTY version? Well, we have some good news for you. Samsung plans on releasing a "refreshed" Galaxy, which will by default have a QWERTY keyboard. And according to the spec sheet leaked by MobileCrunch, this version will have a 3" 720x480 Super AMOLED display (as opposed to a 4" display on the Galaxy S). The Galaxy Q is expected to be "candy-bar" shaped, like the Motorola Droid, and will be running the 1GHz Hummingbird SoC. The camera will be upgrade from 5MP to 8MP, and the internal memory will be increased to 16GB. Also expect a front-facing camera to be added. The Galaxy Q will be quad-band HSDPA/HSUPA, so it should be compatible on AT&T, T-Mobile (limited to Edge?), and many international carriers. No photos or release date just yet, but for now let's hope the leaked spec sheet (above) will hold you over.