We already know that Samsung will announce its first Bada phone at MWC 2010, and now it looks like the South Korean company has yet another surprise prepared for the show that’s set to debut next week.
SamsungHub has it that a Samsung phone with a Super AMOLED touchscreen display (possibly WVGA) will be unveiled at MWC. Reportedly, Super AMOLED displays integrate a touch sensor, have better direct sunlight visibility, and are five times more vivid than AMOLED screens currently on the market.
There’s no image of the Super AMOLED Samsung phone yet, but I think this is the same handset that appeared at GSM Arena next to an iPhone. The supposed Samsung device is on the left (both displays have been set at maximum brightness):
Of course, the Super AMOLED phone could run Bada OS, so then Samsung might announce just one new handset at MWC. In fact, Samsung officially says that it has only one “new mobile” ready for MWC – although we can’t be sure of anything until the show actually debuts.
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