Rumor: Samsung Already Working On a Galaxy S Successor?

Samsung had launched the Galaxy S just a few weeks ago. The Galaxy S is currently one of the best Android phones in the market right now with a 4-inch Super-AMOLED screen, 1Ghz Cortex A8 processor and 512MB of RAM.Samsung Galaxy S I9200 The device has got ravishing reviews all over the interwebs. Samsung has even managed to sell around 200,000 Galaxy S in 10 days in South Korea. Now it looks like Samsung is already working on the successor of the Galaxy S.

A leaked picture of the successor of the Galaxy S a.k.a Galaxy S I9200 has been found on the internet. The phone is rumored to feature a 4.3-inch Super-AMOLED display with a resolution of 1280×720. The phone will be powered by a 2 GHz processor (!), and will have 1GB of RAM, and 4GB of ROM. The camera at the back of the device will be an 8MP one, with 1080p video recording capability.

The phone will also be one of the first phone t be released in the market with Gingerbread pre-loaded. According to me, the specification of the phone surely seems to be cooked up. It is way too early for Samsung to even start working on a Galaxy S successor.

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3 thoughts on “Rumor: Samsung Already Working On a Galaxy S Successor?”

  1. I bet anyone $20 that the challenge Samsung engineers are having on this thing is how to have this much functionality in such a small package and try to get battery life above 2 hrs of real time use.

  2. I will be surprised if Samsung has not started working on another killer phone.

    Galaxy is a hint that they are light years ahead of competition.

    Dont be surprise if Samsung or someone else comes out with a device that comes with 3D capabilities or virtualisation – useful or not – though I cannot see why anyone would need this now .

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