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Early Samsung Android details revealed
Shown off at Dutch dealer show
Although details such as the model name hasn't been revealed, early details of the specifications of Samsung first Android powered handset has made their way online thanks to a deal conference in the Netherlands.
Dutch site GSM Helpdesk got the scoop, although the details are still fairly thin. They're reporting that the handset will be powered by a 528MHz processor, has a capacitive touch screen (the kind used on the HTC Dream/G1), quad band GSM support and some sort of HSDPA/HSUPA support, although they're only speculating about what speeds and network frequencies will be supported.
Details of things like built in memory is yet again very unclear, except that it should have a fairly large amount of built in memory, as well as a micro SD card slot. It will of course have a built in camera too, but again there are no solid details but a 3.2 Megapixel plus camera should be included.
The handset is also said to incorporate Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP support, but it's unknown if it will have a built in GPS or not. It will of course have the full complement of Google application support and as with the HTC Magic/G2, it looks like it will have an on-screen keyboard.
More details here, including a really pixelated picture (in Dutch).