September 1, 2011
If we are to believe the video teaser that recently popped up on the internet, the super-phone that Samsung will present at the IFA 2011 is a bright piece of gold… Well this is just a promo of the device that Samsung will announce during the Samsung Unpacked event, which is in turn part of the IFA 2011. Are you excited? You’d better be!
Speculation says that the focus and center piece of the Samsung conference will be the I9250 Android phone, the first HD smartphone of the Asian company boasting an HD screen. Let’s have a quick look at its specifications. We’re talking about a Super AMOLED display with a diagonal of 4.65 inch and running at a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. In addition, this is the first device that is running the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and if we are to believe the existing rumors, we will witness its launch by the end of November.
It is a known fact that Samsung likes to announce its upcoming models a few months before their official launch, so it is not excluded that on the 1st of September we will see the I9250 smartphone officially unveiled. In addition, it is very possible that we may attend the debut of a 7-inch tablet from Samsung, a descendant of the first Galaxy Tab, but one with an Exynos dual core processor running at 1.2 GHz and Honeycomb. The first week of September certainly sounds promising. Stay tuned for more news and details.
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