The Samsung Galaxy S2 rumor has been floating around the internet for several months now. It's been discussed by Android enthusiasts at various blogs, and in our own forums as well, and generally written off as an Android phone-geeks dream. Have a look at it's supposed specs:
- 4.3-inch SAMOLED2 display at 1280x720 and 340 dpi
- 2 GHz CPU
- 1 GB RAM, 4 GB ROM, 32 GB storage with microSD slot for cards up to 32 GB
- 8 MP camera with full HD video recording
- Bluetooth 3.0, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, A-GPS
- Accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity and all the other Android standards
- Running Android 3.0
Its supposed release date is Q1 2011. Why are we revisiting this now? We've seen HTC's new hardware in the Desire HD and Desire Z/Vision, and Motorola has shown us the Droid Pro and Droid 2 Global, but Samsung has been quiet about their future plans for a high end phone. I'm sure they have something in the works, and Samsung likes to go big in the hardware department. I'm pretty certain that this isn't really the next Samsung Android phone, but I have to wonder how close they can get. I'd buy it, and I'm sure more than a handful of you guys would, too. [itrans (Russian) via UnwiredView]
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