Samsung Galaxy 2 Rumors Back in Action

We first reported on a rumored Samsung Galaxy 2 back in early December.  At the time,  we only had a tweet to go by.  The specs included a 4-inch, 32GB device with Android 2.1 as the backbone.  Today we’re hearing a slightly different, if not fuller, list of specs – 1GHz Snapdragon chip, 3.7-inch AMOLED display, 5 megapixel cam, Android 2.1, and 32GB internal storage. 

A 3.7-inch AMOLED screen would, in theory, have it looking as sharp as the one found on the Nexus One.  The 32GB of memory would put it at double that found in the Motorola Droid and considerably higher than what most Android phones come with.

The picture you see above is not real.  It’s only a render put together to show how a Galaxy 2 could look.  It’s fairly obvious to us that the screen image itself was taken from that found on the Nexus One page.  Notice the icons, widget and notification bar? Still, we like the design nonetheless!

Source: androidphones

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  1. Ratnok
    January 29, 08:52 Reply

    The Moto Droid does not have 16 GB of internal storage. This is important due to app download memory restrictions.

  2. Defiantbeast
    January 29, 15:11 Reply

    Dare i dream that that is a touchsensitive gesture area beneath the screen buttons

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