When we think in high-end smartphones It is inevitable to remember terminals such as the Samsung Galaxy S, and SII. Two very attractive terminals that have attracted – and attract – many users. However it seems that the Korean company does not stop and is already thinking a new Terminal.
According to thisismynext Samsung is working on a new smarphone with the codename Samsung Hercules and it’s coming at the end of the year to the United States with the operator T-Mobile. Its codename hasn’t chosen by chance, let’s offer us.
Samsung Hercules, as large as powerful
The main attraction of the Samsung Hercules will be your screen 4.5-inch super Amoled Plus, It used the Samsung Infuse 4G coming in United States at the hands of AT & T. The dimensions of the terminal will be of 131 x 70 x 9, 39 mm.
In addition to the big screen is the processor that will take the terminal: a Qualcomm 1.2 Ghz APQ8060 of dual-core. It is a little strange that Samsung decide to use Qualcomm technology and not its Exynos processor. The Korean company is to develop their own processors and not delegate this task to other manufacturers.
Samsung Hercules It will be compatible with T-Mobile’s 4 G networks and will have access to high speed Internet with To 42 Mbps HSDPA and HSUPA to 5.86 Mbps. Speedup is considerable if we bear in mind that devices such as the HTC EVO 4 G, one of the fastest Android, manage to reach “only” 10Mbps in HSDPA.
As for the rest of the hardware terminal will be with 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory expandable with a microSD card of 32 GB or less. Will also come with NFC chip Although it is not known if it will be compatible with some standards like the ISIS mobile payment. In what the camera will come with a rear of 8 megapixel camera with 1080 p video recording and a front that no technical details yet.
The only Achilles heel of this beast is the lack of an HDMI connector to connect to a TV or a monitor to watch movies, play games or even use it as a computer by connecting it to a terminal dummie or of a home as we saw with the HTC EVO 4 G.