Rumoured specifications of Samsung Galaxy Q

Samsung LogoI had written a review of Samsung Wave recently and today I came to know about the leaking of Specifications of the Galaxy Q, which is expected to be the successor of Samsung Galaxy S. Even though the document appears like an Official Samsung Document, I would still categorize it as a Rumour. This Leaked Document contains the Specification of the expected Samsung Galaxy Q phone.

Look at the Screen-shot of the Document below:
Samsung Galaxy Q specifications

According to the Screenshot, there are a few improvement in the Samsung Galaxy Q specifications over the Samsung Galaxy S. They are:

  1. Operating System Android 2.2 (Froyo) from Android 2.1
  2. Camera from 5MP to 8MP for the Main back camera
  3. Camera from VGA to 1.3 megapixel for the Front camera
  4. The screen size appears to have reduced to 3 inches from 4 inches (sounds weird)
  • http://blinkky.com blinkky

    I think it’s going to be more better =)

  • http://www.sqlsteps.com SQL Training

    What! 8 Megapixels camera….that is a whirlwind…..That is too cool

  • http://www.dailytut.com/blogging/wpwebhost-coupon-384-99-discount.html Robin

    Yup, Samsung galaxy has so much expectations :) i love the design and overall spec of the phone.

    – Robin

  • http://www.esoftload.info esoftload

    well waiting for the release……

  • http://latestphonesbuzz.blogspot.com latest phones

    Well let’s see if Samsung can keep up with Nexus One and iPhone!

  • http://www.techfreakstuff.com Rohit Sane

    @Latest Phones: Samsung Galaxy S is already better than iPhone and Nexus One

  • http://www.infoomatic.com Infoomatic

    The samsung Galaxy S has been amazed us with the features. and now Samsung comes with the Galaxy Q version..very intuitive smartphone..so I think it will be lot more better than the S

  • http://mobilemegamall.com/iphone iPhone Kid

    Well, it can be true. The mobile phones manufacturer always like to have mini version on the hot selling models especially for Samsung and Sony Ericsson.