The folks over at Engadget were slipped a little tip that happened to showcase the entire upcoming lineup for UK carrier Three. Included in this was information about a 3.7 inch Samsung Galaxy S2 Mini, and we are puzzled as to where the mini part is, as the screen is still larger than that of the iPhone.
This device, not to be confused with the previous Samsung Galaxy Mini, will be introduced as a high end handset, and is set to launch with Gingerbread. Along with its 3.7 inch display, the device will have a 1.4GHz processor, a 5MP rear facing camera, along with a front facing camera, and 21Mbps HSPA+ connectivity. The launch date for this device is shown as April, which is not far away, and the information included also stated that the HTC Flyer will be available in May, which is also not far away. [Engadget]
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