Do you find the rumored hybrid Samsung Galaxy Q interesting? If this is the case, here’s everything that has been gathered about the rumored tabphone.
First of all, the device is said to sport a 5.3 inch Super AMOLED display. This is according Yahoo Korea. Apparently, Samsung feels that bigger is now better. This offers an experience that is a cross between PCs and mobile phones.
Like the Korean tech giant’s flagship the Galaxy S2 and its slim tablet the Galaxy Tab 10.1, the Q will come packed with a dual-core processor. This isn’t surprising at all. We’d be surprised if it didn’t come packed with a dual core processor.
Will the tabphone be available on a 3G network? This we’re not sure. Although the device supports a 3G radio, we’re not sure if it supports 3G voice and data. We are sure that the device will support 4G. This is an indication that the device will be first available in the US.
The Samsung Galaxy Q will most definitely run on Android. However, it is unclear what version of Android it will be running on. Will it run on Gingerbread or will it run on Honeycomb? Regardless, this won’t matter since Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich will bring both Android versions together.
Currently, this is all we know about the hybrid device. We’ll let you know once we know more.