Images and specs for what is purported to be an as-yet-unannounced Android smartphone from Samsung have surfaced online, as the company looks to build on the success of the best-selling Galaxy S.
The handset, which was uncovered in a Powerpoint slide dug up by Engadget, reportedly packs an eight megapixel camera, putting it up there with the best Android cameraphones, and will run the latest 2.3 version of Google’s operating system.
Also onboard is an expansive touchscreen reputedly measuring between 4.3-inches and 4.5-inches and using the same Super AMOLED display tech that won over tech fans when it featured in the Galaxy S.
Elsewhere, you’ll find 16GB of internal storage, video playback in rich high-def and a 1.2GHz processor to keep everything ticking over nicely.
The product description describes the unnamed mobile as featuring a sleek design, which is a matter of opinion of course, and as Samsung’s “flagship” phone for 2011. Given the mouth-watering spec sheet, we’d say that side of things really isn’t up for debate.
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