Samsung Flagship “Superphone” with Super AMOLED 2, 1080p HD Recording, And More Is Coming in Early 2011

Our friends at Engadget have received a tip in the form of a leaked slide which shows not one but two new high-end Samsung smartphones based on Android 2.3 Gingerbread.


The slide shows two phones. Both have huge sAMOLED2 (Super AMOLED 2) displays, Android Gingerbread, 8MP camera with flash, full HD video recording (at 1920×1080 resolution), 14.4Mbps HSDPA / 5.76HSUPA, 1.2GHz processor and 16GB of built-in memory. WiFi b/g/n, GPS and Bluetooth 3.0 technology are of course standards now.

But the only differing factor, it seems, is that one phone has a 4.5” display while the other has a 4.3” display. Why release two phones that are different from one another by only .2” is beyond me.


These features, while certainly quite impressive, do not fully live up to the earlier Galaxy S2 (pictured above) rumored specs. One thing should noted here though, the side view of the phone in the slide leak does look a lot like it belongs to the Galaxy S2’s design. [Engadget]

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