September 27, 2011
Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE smartphone unveiled for South Korea
The Omnia W launch, Samsung’s first Windows Mango Phone, wasn’t the only thing that kept the Korean tech giant busy yesterday. With this, the company has also unveiled the crowning jewel of its Android lineup, the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE phone, nomenclature of which alone is mouthful, let alone the spec sheet. Though the LTE 4G connection is definitely significant, the 4.65-inch WVGA (800×480) Super AMOLED Plus screen will really sweep you off your feet.
The Android 2.3 driven handset packs a 1.5GHz dual core applications processor, an 8MP camera, 1080p HD support and a TV-Out function function based on the MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) adapter. Other features include embedded 16GB memory, a 1850mAh battery, NFC (Near Field Communication), WiFi a/b/g/n support, and Bluetooth 3.0+HS.
With the remarkable 1280×720 resolution display, this becomes the first AMOLED variant to feature 316 pixels per inch (ppi), higher than the standard 300ppi. For now the launch is just for South Korea and we don’t how soon it will be arriving on the western shelves.