Samsung Has a New Flagship Device Headed Our Way, Trumps Galaxy S in Every WayDecember 4, 2010 by: Youzhny
The Nexus S train got off to a quick and ruthless start yesterday, but let’s not start thinking that this will be Samsung’s cream of the crop heading into 2011: Engadget’s already procured evidence of the next flagship device out of the Korean carrier. According to some slides from a powerpoint – which Engadget says is definitely from Samsung – this phone will be a “1st half flagship” which implies that they’ll have two large scale launches going down that year. (I know, my detective skills are unmatched.)
But let’s take a look at these specs: Android 2.3, 14.4 mbps HSDPA and 5.76 mbps HSUPA, a 4.3-inch or 4.5-inch sAMOLED2 display (the S stands for Super, we’ll assume, and the two means it’s better than what’s in the Galaxy S line), an 8 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, 1080p HD video recording, a 1.2GHz application processor, 16GB of “memory” (we assume this is for storage and not RAM), and “Clouding services.” All of the other bells and whistles you’d expect – such as WiFi N, Bluetooth 3.0, and (hopefully working) GPS are there.
The slide describes it as having an ultra sleek design, and considering Samsung’s Galaxy S line, we don’t think they’d be incapable of getting even slimmer than their phones already are. Expect to see it sometime in February 2011. Does this phone sound like a winner to you? [PS: the photos in the slides are not of the phone in question. Apparently, Samsung just found some random concept shots or photos of old phones and used them as placeholders.]Have you found this script useful? Please support author by PayPal donation.
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