Live photos of a new Samsung Android smartphone just surfaced. The Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread-running Samsung T759 Exhibit 4G got its FCC approval on its way to hitting the T-Mobile USA shelves.
The Samsung Exhibit 4G sports a 3.7" SuperAMOLED display of WVGA (400x800) resolution and runs the previous version of TouchWiz, 3.0. According to the source the smartphone packs an ARM11 (now that seems unlikely) CPU clocked at 1.4 GHz, 5 megapixel camera, which also does 720p video capture and a front-facing VGA camera for video-calling.
As you could expect from a T-Mobile smartphone the 4G stands for HSPA+ (either 14.4 or 21 Mbps download speeds), not the actual LTE stuff.
There's no word on pricing or availability just yet.
So that's the samsung galaxy S 2 mini. It seems like a really great phone, on paper any way. I hope it's not disappointing like the infuse.
According to other leak announcements (see engadget) it has front and rear cameras; rear does have flash. It also have Android 2.3.3. It's worth a look if you're not looking for a dual-core. Even at that, an ARM clocked to 1.4GHz and 768MB RAM, it...
this phone looks like a nokia