Samsung is hard at work on yet another Android-powered smartphone, the SHV-E110S. This is a device that will show up soon in South Korea, Samsung’s home country, and will probably be launched by SK Telecom, one of the major carriers there.
Samsung Hub has discovered that the SHV-E110S is currently being subjected to operator tests. What we know so far about this device is that it will have a Qualcomm processor, a WVGA (800×480) touchscreen, a camera, Bluetooth, GPS, external memory support (via microSD probably), and it will run Android 2.3 Gingerbread when it launches.
Since this is the first time we’ve ever heard about this device, unfortunately what you just read above are all the details we have about it. And as you can see, no picture. Though we do expect images of this handset to pop up soon. And let’s hope it also becomes available pretty soon, so SK Telecom customers will have yet another Android smartphone to purchase if they so choose.
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