Rumors are going around that the Samsung Galaxy S2 has a younger brother named Celox that looks almost like it. Speculations of its features point that it can be the biggest rival Motorola’s Droid Bionic will have to face on the 4G LTE arena.
According to the buzz, Droid Bionic is supposed to be released this September. If any of its assumed features are true, then its future contemporaries on Verizon’s 4G LTE network – the Samsung Droid Charge and HTC Thunderbolt, won’t be a match for this Android superphone.
The Samsung Celox on the other hand is a different story. The face-off is not likely going to happen in Verizon’s backyard as the Celox supposedly supports 800MHz LTE while the US carrier currently only allows for 700MHz. Here’s a toe-to-toe comparison of these two upcoming phones’ conjectured features:
Weight and size
As you can see the two Android phones are almost an exact match with the Celox gaining some advantage in terms of video capacity. If ever Samsung decides to modify the Celox for release in the US, then there’s going to be a lot of doubt cast on Droid Bionic’s assumed 4G LTE dominance.