Samsung will introduce a new “flagship” smartphone in February
Samsung has introduced a new “flagship” smartphone on the Android platform in February 2011. About the upcoming launch of the new device found Engadget, who posted the slides from the corporate presentation with a description of Samsung devices.
The presentation indicated that the smartphone will be equipped with 4,3 – or 4,5-inch touch-screen technology with sAMOLED2. Presumably, this is a second-generation Super AMOLED-display devices, the development of which has not officially reported. Note that Super AMOLED display is equipped with a number of smartphones Samsung, including the current flagship Android-Galaxy S.
The device will be equipped with an 8-megapixel camera with video recording high-definition (1080p). Also, the smartphone will have 16 gigabytes of internal memory, 1.2-GHz processor and modules Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth 3.0.
Operate a new smartphone, whose name has not yet named, will be on a new version of Android Gingerbread. This version of the platform Android, is expected to be presented before the end of 2010.
The exact release date of the smartphone, as well as its value has not yet named. Note that in February 2011 will be the traditional exhibition Mobile World Congress. It is expected that the presentation of your smartphone can take it as part of the event.
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