It's a slow news day, so lets dabble our feet in the murky rumor waters for a while and take a look at what we're told is the Samsung Galaxy S2 i9200. The tipped successor to the Galaxy S, and supposedly due in early 2011, according to the talk circulating Russian forum itrans the Galaxy S2 is said to have a whopping 4.3-inch 1,280 x 720 Super AMOLED display with around 340 pixels per inch, certainly intruding into Apple's Retina Display realm.
Meanwhile there's also supposedly a 2GHz CPU paired with 1GB of RAM and a 4GB ROM, together with 32GB of flash storage and a microSD card slot. The camera is said to be 8-megapixels capable of not just 720p but 1080p Full HD video recording, and the OS to be Android "Gingerbread" which we've heard is expected to drop in Q4 this year. Connectivity includes WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0, while there's also A-GPS, an accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity and ambient light sensors.
Now, we're obviously in skeptic-mode at what's undoubtedly a bulging spec list. The display and the processor are probably the most unbelievable aspects, though Samsung are tipped to be starting mass production at a new, 5th-gen AMOLED plant in Q1 2011. We're guessing that the 2GHz processor mentioned would be a new version of Samsung's own Hummingbird chip, though we're yet to hear of one running at that speed. All in all, plenty of reason to doubt the rumors, but we can't help but wish they'd come true.