Mysterious Samsung Device Shows Up on Dev Site, Has WXVGA Screen
An unannounced Android-powered Samsung device has surfaced on the T Store Developer Center. Listed as model number SHV-E120SSO, the Samsung device appears to sport a WXGA (1280×768) touchscreen with a color depth of 16 million colors. The device also seems to hint of 4G LTE capabilities, judging by the “SHV” in its model number, which Samsung reported uses for its 4G LTE devices.
If the listed screen resolution is true, the SHV-E120SSO practically carries more pixel density than Samsung’s current blockbuster, the Samsung Galaxy S II.
The listing on T Store also reveals the following details about this mysterious Samsung phone:
- Single-core Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8250 processor
- Android 2.3 Gingerbread onboard
- Camera support
- Bluetooth support
- GPS support
- External memory support
- Virtual keyboard support
Apart from these details, not much is known about this unannounced Samsung device. This could well be the rumored Samsung Galaxy Q, a 5.3-inch beast that’s also rumored to have 4G LTE powers. The Samsung Galaxy Q, though, is rumored to get a dual-core, 1.5-GHz processor. But, nothing’s final yet, as far as the SHV-E120SSO’s processor is concerned.
We’re surely intrigued by this mysterious Samsung device. Are you, too?