This has definitely been the season of Samsung Mobile rumors.
First we had the Nexus S to debut on November 8th, the event for the Samsung Continuum. Other sites seemed to have missed the fact that Samsung’s PR firm had accidently titled the invitation “samsung_continuumfinal.jpg”. They also missed therr fact that Samsung had a slew of “ticker” t-shirts made for the event as well as the fact Samsung had spent 1000s of dollars on Continuum collateral. Regardless, the Nexus S is a real device for the first part of 2011.
Next we had a leaked presentation slide showing a 2011 flagship phone loaded with features. Problem was, the photos in the slide were of another companies phone. Again, there is enough info out there to support the fact that this device is real. The thing is it could be the same phone.
There is even a rumor going around that Samsung was downgrading Android for Windows phone 7. Also let us not forget there was a rumor one day that Samsung was ramping down its forecast for Galaxy Tabs which was disputed the very next day.
Today there is a substantiated rumor coming from the Samsunghub site and Phonearena. It seems their tipster has reported a Samsung Android superphone has just cleared DLNA certification.
The newest rumored device is called the Stealth V, and has been given Samsung identification number SCH-i510. Its packing a 4.3″ SuperAMOLED screen, an 8mp camera with dual LED flash, but only Android 2.2.
The Stealth is also rumored to be runnjng the superfast dual core Orion chipset. The Orion chipset would provide for superfast processing and full 1080p HD video recording.
Which phone do you think this is?