Even before Samsung Galaxy S covers their 110 countries and 100 carrier goal, Samsung has already kept their eye out for early 2011. According to a Russian site, they have supposedly have the firs pictures of the Galaxy S successor, the i9200 (rumors often calls it Samsung Galaxy S2). This information has not be taken down since yesterday. They wrote:
The existence of this model is not officially confirmed, but not disproved.
They stated the following specifications (HDBlog.it presumes is derived from Android 3.0 “Gingerbread”)
- 4.3-inch 2-Super AMOLED display with a resolution 720h1280 points
- Modules Bluetooth 3.0 and Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n;
- 2 GHz processor;
- 32 GB of internal memory, a slot for MicroSD memory cards up to 32 GB;
- 1 GB RAM, 4 GB ROM
- support A-GPS;
- 8-megapixel camera with autofocus and video recording feature in the resolution FullHD (1080p);
- 3,5-mm audio jack;
- accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity switches and lighting;
- Support services Google Mobile (Android Market, Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, Google Talk, YouTube).
- shell materials are tempered glass and aluminum
We presume that the Samsung Galaxy S2 should have less TouchWiz presence because Gingerbread is predicted to take back the practical UI needs. According to the report, this phone would launch in Q1 of 2011 at an unsubsidized price of $800 US.
Sounds bizarre? Not really, compared the competition: Motorola recently mentioned of a 2GHz phone ready by the end of 2010.