Upcoming Samsung Android Gingerbread device to feature 4.3 inch Super-AMOLED 2 screen, 1080P playback and recording

The Samsung Omnia 7 and Galaxy S suddenly don’t look that sexy anymore. Two leaked presentation deck show the Samsung’s upcoming flagship Android device that will be unveiled in Early 2011 (possibly at MWC in February) and frankly that thing is a beast. It will apparently have a 43.3 (or 4.5″) Super-AMOLED 2 screen, 1080P playback and capture capability, 8MP camera with Flash , pack a 1.2GHz processor, 14.4Mbps HSPA, Bluetooth 3.0n GPS, DLNA, 16Gb of internal memory and run Android 2.3 aka Gingerbread. On more picture after the break:

via engadget

  • Anonymous

    photoshop…. wow…

  • eric95c

    I don’t see anything exceptionnal in fact….
    The only difference are the AMOLED screen for a 4,5″ (and it’s too big for me I think after seeing the 5″ Dell Streak) and the 1080p video recording. After the 1,2Ghz is surely faster but which application or games takes part of it? I’ve never seen anything really great on mobile phone as games especially by knowing the power of our mobiles phone. I remember 10 years ago with the same performance for computers (500Mhz but x86), games were much more developped and using much more the possibility of the hardware.
    And the 16Gb memory are not really awesome as we can already get this on the Optimus 7 or even on the Iphone which got 16, 32 or 64Gb as I know. 16Gb are good and it’s in the good way to get phone with big memory on other OS than iOS and I think that’s the only weakness of other platform compared to iOS.

    Did you notice the 2.1 update for the Xperia X10? It’s kinda good I think. In fact, I’ve got a X10 and I have one friend who’s got a HTC Desire, I don’t see that much difference except the UI (and it depends on preference for each ones)