Here’s an Android handset from Samsung that you’ve probably never heard of until now: the Samsung S5830.
Te phone has appeared in some live photos over at Samfirmware, and it seems to be a smaller version of the hugely popular Galaxy S – thus it may be called Samsung Galaxy S Mini.
Apparently, the S5830 runs Android 2.2 Froyo and features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth (version 3.0, according to the Bluetooth SIG), MicroUSB, 5MP camera with led flash, and MicroSD card support.
Chinese website Teena claims that the new phone’s display is an HVGA (480 x 320 pixels) one – and I’m almost sure it is.
It’s said that the S5830 will be officially announced at MWC 2011 in February – where Samsung should also showcase the Galaxy S2. Well, we’re looking forward to seeing the new handsets.
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