Samsung’s Android Gingerbread flagship smartphone leaked (it’s not the Nexus S)

Apart from making the Nexus S for Google, Samsung should also make a high-end Android Gingerbread smartphone of its own, right?

Well, it turns out that such a smartphone already exists. And although it doesn’t have a name yet, details about it have been unveiled by Engadget.

Expected to be released in February 2011, the new Samsung handset reportedly feature a 4.5 (or 4.3) inch WVGA Super AMOLED 2 display (which should be better than the current Super AMOLED screens).

Other features:

  • HSPA (up to 14.4Mbps in downlink)
  • Wi-Fi, DLNA
  • GPS
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • Readers Hub
  • 8MP camera with LED flash
  • Full HD (1080p) video recording – like the Sony Ericsson Xperia X12
  • 1.2GHh processor
  • 16GB of on-board memory

I’d say the new smartphone looks like a Galaxy S with some iPhone 4 flavoring. Samsung has yet to confirm the device – and it probably won’t do it this year.

Author: Florin

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  • Asdf

    What… why do they make it like a freaking iphone?

  • $e@lblaighter

    Great looking phone with great specs! :)

  • Erictan2004

    Ahhh… Samsung’s product designers must be so badly paid they all resort to ripping off Apple. It’s a wonder why Apple’s legal team doesn’t sue them.

  • cy_n_ic

    how can you not tell that its a fake. terrible photoshop. the screen is showing a custom rom called miui. engadget is notorious for posting unconfirmed material