Mystery Samsung Android Gingerbread Phone / Tablet Found: 1280×768 Display

A mystery Samsung Android 2.3 Gingerbread phone or tablet has shown up in the dev center, there is only a few details such as the name aka SHV-E120S and that it boasts a 1280 x 768 screen.

The new device, which could be a tablet or smartphones boasts the much loved operating system and 1280×768 resolution, and it apparently is going to be a 4G LTE device releasing sometime this year, it will be very late this year but at least it is coming.

This device was found via Telecom’s T Store Developer Center, and with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, WXGA 1280X768 resolution display, if this is correct it will have the same HD screen resolution as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 10.1.

Now if you look at the Droid Charge, Galaxy S II or even the Infuse 4G, they all house the WVGA 480 x 800 screen, so surely the SHV-E120S named device is a tablet.

Now we thought we would dig a little deeper and came across a website called “MovePlayer (Google Translate)”, now they say “This means being prepared for SK Telecom, Samsung Electronics smartphone LTE SHV-E110S and SHV-E120S geotyijyo potential of 2 day.”

Now after visiting the site mentioned above they have two model numbers one being the SHV-E110S and the one we have talked about called the SHV-E120S, if you look at the specs of the SHV-E110S its specs are jotted down to being: WVGA (800 x 480) / Gingerbread 2.3.4 / MDM9200 + MSM8660 (?) / 800-megapixel camera, wow an 800 MP camera, surely and most definitely a mistype.

The CPU looks like it could be the Qualcomm MSM8250, which means 1GHz single core, but then we believe this will not be the case and will be more powerful. At the moment we do not know anymore about the mystery Samsung Android 2.3 Gingerbread device with a 1280 x 768 screen, so please stay with us as we will be bringing updates soon.

In the meantime whilst you wait for a news update, please do hazard a few guesses of what you think the mystery Samsung device is, do you think it is a smartphone or a tablet? Also why not add a few features into the mix of what you would like to see.

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