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Samsung roadmap shows off 'Flagship' Android 2.3 device

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 13 Nov 2010 14:38 User comments (1)

Samsung roadmap shows off 'Flagship' Android 2.3 device Engadget has been given a roadmap which shows off a new Samsung "flagship" device, one that will be available early next year.
The site suggests it will be unveiled during the Mobile World Congress, in February.

Samsung's new flagship will have a massive 4.5-inch Super AMOLED 2 display, an "ultra sleek design" and a fast 1.2GHz processor.

It will run on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, has 16GB internal storage, and fast 14.4Mbps HSDPA data connection.

Additionally the device will have an 8MP camera with LED flash and full 1080p recording and playback.

Finally, the device will have a "universal e-book reader" and "clouding services."

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113.11.2010 17:50

This looks like a fake. The side view definitely does not correspond with the phone. It's actually a reverse mirror of a VoIP handset.
http://www.turbogadgets.com/2007/02/09/a-ultra-slim-voip-phone-apiotek-usb-skyphone/

Also how many of these "leaks" have we gotten already. This just looks like another concept photo that someone made. Remember the HTC HD3 concept and specs. And remember how it disappointed and didn't look anything like it? This "roadmap" screams the exact same thing. It doesn't even look that professional compared to the other concept photos we've seen. Even if this somehow is true, wouldn't Samsung be shooting themselves (and Google) in the foot if the Nexus 2 does come out soon?

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