First images of S4-powered Samsung Jasper appear online

First images of S4-powered Samsung Jasper appear online

It has been a while since we last talked about the Samsung SCH-I200 ‘Jasper’ smartphone however it appears we should be ready to get back into the swing of things.  The first images of the handset have appeared online, giving us a look at what should be a decent mid-range device of the Samsung camp.

Details, as we’ve learned over the last few months, are said to include a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 chipset, a WVGA display, and support for Verizon’s 4G LTE network.  The design is pretty simple, if not a little plain and Nexus S-like. As far as software goes, the image tells us that we’re in for an Ice Cream Sandwich experience with a bit of TouchWiz poured on top. You’ll notice that the navigation includes the standard three software buttons and what may be a dedicated multi-tasking key as well.

Considering the images are online now and the rumors of the phone have been around for months now, we figure we’re in for an announcement before too long.

Via The Verge

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