The long run Samsung and HTC smartphones have leaked simply days earlier than their respectable presentation at Cellular World Congress in Barcelona. Oops!
Because of Expansys.co.uk printed by using Pocketnow.com , we know the features of future smartphones flagship of Samsung and HTC. These four phones running Android 2.3 will be presented in a few days, the 13 and 14 February next, at the Paris World Congress (MWC), the Salon Mobile World, Barcelona.
Samsung Galaxy S2
The smartphone is Samsung's flagship processor powered by a dual core Qualcomm 8260 to 1.2 GHz by heart (and not a Samsung or Hummingbird Orion) with an AMOLED display Super Plus 4.27-inch 480 x 800 points. It has two cameras: a front, 2 megapixels, and a dorsal, 8 megapixel camera with LED flash that records in 1080p HD. In RAM, 16 GB internal, expandable with micro SD, and 512 MB of RAM. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0 and 3G + (14.4 Mbps / 5.4 Mbps) are in the game. The Galaxy will be compatible S2 (NFC contactless payments, among others) and will have a HDMI video output.
HTC Desire HD2
The direct competitor of HTC Galaxy S2 has the same CPU dual core at 1.2 GHz. Its 4.3 inch screen Super QHD LCD displays 540 x 960 points. It has a camera (8 MP) on the back with LED flash. Also recorded in HD 1080p. At the memory, "only 8 GB, expandable as usual micro-SD, with 512 MB of RAM. He is also Wi-Fi and 3G + n (14.4 Mbps / 5.4 Mbps). Bluetooth 2.1 and HDMI output are essential.
HTC Desire 2
Major facelift for the Desire, with a Qualcomm 8250 processor at 1 GHz. His Super Screen 3.7 "LCD display 480 x 800 points. Two cameras: 2 megapixel on the front for video and 5 megapixel back to record video in HD 720p. The mobile plays Xvid, DivX and MP4. The RAM is 512 MB and 4 GB internal memory, expandable with micro SD. Connectivity side, it's classic: Wi-Fi b / g, Bluetooth 2.1 and 3G + (14.4 Mbps / 5.4 Mbps).
This model features a midrange processor Qualcomm MSM 7227 to 600 MHz with a 3.2 inch screen with 320 x 480 pixels. The rear view camera, 5 megapixel with flash LED, filmed in 720p.
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