A hitherto unseen, high-end Samsung Galaxy branded phone has cropped up online, ahead of Sammy’s Galaxy themed press showcase at this month’s Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Unearthed by GSMarena, the Samsung SL i9003 features a four-inch touchscreen, in which the Super AMOLED tech of the best-selling Galaxy S is replaced by a Super Clear LCD display.
Other rumoured specs include Android 2.2 out of the box, a 1Ghz TI OMAP 3630 CPU processor to keep everything ticking over. It’s also reputed to be negligibly heavier and larger than the Galaxy S and house a more powerful 1650mAh battery.
Samsung is set to lift the lid on its Galaxy gadget range for 2011 on February 13th at a much-trailed but rather mysterious press call on the eve of the MWC tech expo.
Among the highlights to look out are the Galaxy Tab 2 tablet computer, reputedly home to a seven-inch, Super AMOLED display and 64GB of memory, and the Galaxy S2 smartphone. We’re also expecting to get a glimpse at a number of Android powered lower end devices, too.
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