The unannounced Samsung Illusion has been spied online, although not in the blurry “in the wild” manner that we typically see. No, this is a high quality, promotion-ready Flickr image of the handset. Samsung, no stranger to the game of outing phones ahead of carriers, has posted the picture to their SamsungTomorrow account. Not a ton of information has been confirmed for this device, save that its model number is SCH-I110 and it’s expected to be part of the company’s green products initiative.
Samsung announced on September 15 that its …Illusion phone (SCH-I110) won a certificate of SPC (Sustainable Product Certification) by the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) in the US…The SPC certificate ensures that a product concerned has passed just about any rigorous standard in relation to sustainability: without using hazardous material, high energy-efficiency, ease of lengthening a product life cycle and the maker’s “green” efforts during the whole process of manufacturing.
We’re not expecting a ton of high-end out of the Illusion, nor do we anticipate a price tag exceeding $100 with a contract. Rumored specs have this 3G handset offering a processor in the range of 800MHz – 1GHz processor, with a 3-megapixel or 5-megapixel camera. Look for this phone to land near the end of September, perhaps on the 29th.