There have been a lot of rumors about the existence of the Samsung-Google Android experience phone. However, the leaked images of the phone and its special’ appearance on the Web 2.0 conference in the hands of Eric Schmidt have given ample proof of its existence. It has also been confirmed that the Nexus S will be running on Android 2.3 when launched and will sport NFC capabilities.
However, what is still not known about the phone are its internal hardware specifications. Now, a firmware of the Samsung GT-i9200 has leaked on the Internet. It is still unclear whether this GT-i9200 is the Nexus S or the next high-end phone from Samsung. Devs over at XDA forums have been digging around with the files of the firmware and it looks like the handset will be using the RFS file system.
The RFS file system is one of the major culprits of the lag on the Galaxy S series of handsets. Other confirmed specifications of the phone are that it will sport Bluetooth 3.0, FM Radio and the camera module is from Konica Minolta Camera, Inc.
A senior member Richthofen has however said that the GT-i9200 will be powered by the S5PC110 AP and feature the PowerVR SGX540 GPU. The resolution of the handset will be the same as on the other Galaxy S handsets at WVGA (800×480).