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MYSTERIOUS: Samsung Unpacked - is this Samsung's next Windows Mobile Smartphone?
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 02.06.09 - 20:30:55 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 15381x
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Samsung has just launched a website with a counter which is called "Samsung Unpacked". In 12 days and something around 22 hours (or to be less precise - on June 15th), Samsung will reveal and unpack a new overwhelming powered and performing mobile phone. While there are no further information available yet, Samsung is providing a X-ray image of its new mobile phone and when I saw it first, I thought it could be the Samsung I7500 Galaxy Android smartphone since it seems to feature a similar shape.
However, a closer looks and a comparison unveiled that it won't be the GT-I7500 Galaxy, even if both devices seem to feature the same DNA (left the mysterious new phone, right the I7500 Galaxy):

The camera is nearly on the same place and - I just expect it is - also the 3.5 mm headset plug on the top. However, the battery is a completely different one as well as the screws are at different positions. On the right side, the volume rocker is a little bit lower while on the left side it seems that the camera shutter is nearly on the same place.

Not that I have any insights yet but I wonder if this could be the recently unveiled and confirmed Samsung GT-I8000 Windows Mobile smartphone? One thing is clear - if Samsung is going to hold such an event, it must be something big and after all the SGH-i900 Omnia success, a follower - which could be the GT-I8000 - makes sense.

So what do you think, hope, expect Samsung is going to announce on June 15th? Any thoughts?

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by JJ on 03.06.09 - 13:00:36

It the Samsung Cubic S8000 if look closely at the center bottom of the phone, you can seen the Hexagonal shaped navigation key/d-pad as seen on the rumored Cubic phone see: … -cubic.jpg

This most probably means Windows Mobile OS with TouchWIz UI, but let hope for Android.....

Posted by theefman on 03.06.09 - 17:24:00

I sincerely hope it is not android but WM and a worthy upgrade to the Omnia.

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