While we’re on the hot topic of new images of upcoming devices with LTE capabilities, you just may fancy this little beast. As you can see from both images, it’s still a bit unclear exactly what we’re looking at, but it seems everyone’s best guess is that it’s the HTC Incredible HD (HTC Mecha). At any rate, it’s worth a look. Leave a comment and let us know what you think it may be!
If you haven’t been impressed with the Android line up this holiday season, then I’d be pretty surprised. What Samsung has lined up for us this time is something that seems well worth the wait. What is to be Samsung’s Flagship Android, this bad boy is said to display a crisp and clean Gingerbread OS on a 4.3 or 4.5-inch “sAMOLED2″ screen. Upon my first glimpse of this device, I thought it was an iPhone, due to its color makeup and design layout, and I’m sure I’m not the only one.
On board, we should expect a 1.2GHz processor, 16GB on-board storage, 8-megapixel camera, 1080p video capture, 14.4Mbps HSPS, and even Bluetooth 3.0. It seems as though they’re really pushing the fact that it sports an extremely sleek design, and I’d definitely have to agree. What throws me off are these tacky pictures. Being from a trusted source sets my mind at ease, but really.. let’s design something a little more official looking, shall we?
There’s no mention of a front-facing camera, which is rather surprising come from Samsung. With a 4.5-inch display, you’d figure you would have plenty of room to please those who desire some video chat action, right? At any rate, I can’t help but love that these devices just keep getting bigger, better, and faster. Samsung’s Flagship has an ETA of February of next year. So we’ve still got a little time before we probably see any kind of finishing touches on this dream device. Here’s one more ad below; Let’s hear some opinions!
Time to play the guessing game again, folks. Samsung has started sending out media invites for an event the company is hosting in New York, in which they plan to unveil their newest Android smartphone. There aren’t any clues to go by unfortunately, but there’s been some speculation that the device might be the Continuum. Yeah, it’s possible… but still too early to know for sure what Samsung has up their sleeve. Whatever device it is, we can only hope it’s sporting Gingerbread.