Samsung Galaxy Q with flexible AMOLED display to debut at MWC?
Well isn’t this coincidental? First Samsung sends out press invites to let us know they’re going to be announcing some new devices at MWC 2013 on February 25th, and now we have some new Samsung device rumors. Samsung has shown off its flexible display technology a number of times before, but never quite like it did at CES 2013 with a nearly fully-functioning device. This time the rumored device is the GT-B9150, also possibly called the Samsung Galaxy Q. Said device is likely not the Galaxy S IV, although it’s likely this “YOUM” flexible display technology will be used in that to some extent. It definitely does seem to have quite a bit in common with the Galaxy S IV rumors that have been floating around if you look at the specifications:
- Dual Super AMOLED HD display (1920 × 1080)
- Exynos 5250 dual-core 1.7Ghz
- 2GB RAM
- 8MP rear camera
- 2MP front camera
- 3500mAh Battery
- Android Jelly Bean 4.2.1
Seems like there’s no telling just how large the screen is going to be on this device, but the 3500mAh battery sure suggests that it’ll be quite large, given that the Galaxy Note II features a fairly large 3100mAh battery. The camera sensors also seem a bit small given the rather exorbitant specs like a full-HD 1080p screen and a next-generation dual-core Exynos 5250 processor. Even though some of the specs seem a bit out of place, this is likely very close to whatever Samsung will unveil later this month at MWC 2013. As always we’ll inform you when we hear more!
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