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Samsung i9100 Galaxy S II

Discussão em 'Android' iniciada por leafare, 12 de Novembro de 2010. (Respostas: 13890; Visualizações: 1150252)

  1. leafare

    leafare Banido


    Ficha Técnica:


    + Altura: 125.3 mm
    + Grossura: 8.5 mm
    + Comprimento: 66.1 mm
    + Peso: 116 gramas


    + Tamanho: 4.3 Polegadas
    + Tipo: Super AMOLED Plus
    + Resolução: 480 x 800 pixels
    + Cores: 16M
    + Multitouch: Sim

    Sistema Operativo

    + Android 2.3 Gingerbread


    + Samsung Exynos 4210 Dual-Core 1.2GHz


    + RAM: 1GB
    + Interna: 16/32 GB


    + Megapixels: 8
    + Flash: Sim
    + Tipo: LED
    + Câmara Frontal: Sim, 2MP.
    + Gravação video 1080p até 30fps


    + Bluetooth: Sim
    + Versão: 3.0
    + DLNA e Wi-Fi Direct
    + Wi-Fi: Sim (802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n)
    + 3G: Sim
    + 4G: Nao


    + 1650 mAh


    + Radio: Sim com RDS
    + GPS: Sim com suporte A-GPS.
    + Cores: Preto

    especificações | site oficial
    Última edição: 6 de Abril de 2011
  2. The Golden Eagle

    The Golden Eagle I quit My Job for Folding

    Copia descarada do iPhone 4...

    Podia já trazer suporte a redes de 4ª Geração... e já agora um processador dual-core...
  3. leafare

    leafare Banido

    muitas pessoas consideram a imagem Fake, mas as especificações podem muito bem ser reais.
  4. leafare

    leafare Banido

    novos dados agora dizem que pode ser o Samsung GT-i9200
  5. myself11

    myself11 Power Member

    Penso que o ecrã será de 4.3", visto que já saíram notícias do lançamento do primeiro ecrã AMOLED destas dimensões, pela Samsung.
  6. Arkanius

    Arkanius Power Member

    Fake nao e que ja anda uma ROM ai e usa exactamente os memos Icons ai da imagem
  7. leafare

    leafare Banido

    ao que parece os mais recentes detalhes confirmam as primeiras especificações.

    [​IMG] [​IMG]


    só o nome é que continua em misterio, mas soubesse que o codename é Seine

    Última edição: 20 de Janeiro de 2011
  8. bagmovil

    bagmovil Banido

    Pediste o dual core, aqui tens

    Dual-core Orion CPU and 1GB RAM for the Galaxy S2
  9. hupavigo

    hupavigo Power Member

    Pena !

    Para ser perfeito, seria 4.5"
  10. leafare

    leafare Banido

    daqui bocado chegava ás 7 polegadas .. para isso é um tablet
  11. hupavigo

    hupavigo Power Member

    De 4.5" para 7" é muito
  12. leafare

    leafare Banido

    tabem mas ... 4.5" é quase 5", as do Dell Streak, e pronto, grande para um telemovel e pequeno para tablet
  13. myself11

    myself11 Power Member

    Olha que não, leafare. Do meu HD2 (4.3") para o Streak (5") nota-se bem a diferença. Depende do formato, mas se os 4.5" forem um 4.3" mais "gordo", até prefiro aos 4.3".

    Já do Dell Streak não consigo gostar. Prefiro passar logo para as 7".
  14. hupavigo

    hupavigo Power Member

    Eu também estive indeciso entre o HD2 e o STREAK, mas ao experimentar metê-lo no bolso e ver que dava perfeitamente, não resisti !
    As 7" é porreiro, mas não é facilmente transportável.

    Para mim, o aparelho ideal é um computador/telemovel transportavel no bolso e com ecrã grande, e o Streak é o unico que se aproxima desse ideal. Não é perfeito, mas também nunca se esteve perto dessas caracterisitcas.
  15. leafare

    leafare Banido


    "A Korean newspaper claims to have more details on the upcoming sequel of the Samsung Galaxy S, which is scheduled for announcement at the MWC expo in Barcelona in three weeks. The phone, dubbed Samsung Galaxy S2, for the lack of more creative thinking, might drop a bombshell by having Samsung's own dual-core monster of a chipset inside.

    The Orion silicon promises better graphics performance than Tegra 2, as well as support for desktop-grade DDR3 memory, while the RAM on the Galaxy S is said to receive a bump from 512MB to 1GB. The 4GB ROM and 32GB of internal memory rumors look more like a wishful thinking to us, as these are the most expensive components in a cell phone, and might make the price prohibitive, if all are there at once. Who knows, Sammy is producing its own flash memory, so some economies of scale might kick in. The company is hoping to sell 10 million Galaxy S2 phones this year.

    The Galaxy S2 should sport a larger 4.3" display with the new Super AMOLED Plus technology, which is supposedly more balanced in terms of color saturation, and has enhanced brightness. The resolution stays the same 480x800 pixels, but Samsung has ditched the PenTile matrix arrangement, and now we have three subpixels for each pixel, which should make the image even more detailed. See our demo of said screen on the Samsung Infuse 4G, heading for AT&T.

    Obviously this display allows for extremely thin handsets too, since the Koreans claim that the phone will have 0.35" (9mm) thickness. That's less than the thinnest smartphones on the market - the iPhone 4 and the LG Optimus Black (our hands-on here). The Infuse 4G looks razor thin, but the exact dimensions are not specified yet. Still, it manages to pack an LED flash, so hopefully the Samsung Galaxy S2 will have one too. The lack of flash was the main drawback on the original.

    The other goodies that round-up the droolworthy package are an 8MP camera capable of 1080p Full HD video (duh!), and a built-in NFC chip, like on the Nexus S. It will, of course, run Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but there are references to a feature called "Personal Cloud Computing", which probably is akin to what HTCSense.com provides for remote control and management of your phone.

    We'll be at the MWC expo next month and will fetch you all the details on the Galaxy S2, which is expected to be unveiled on February 13th."

  16. leafare

    leafare Banido

    [​IMG] [​IMG]

    nao é um pouco semelhante?
  17. leafare

    leafare Banido


    "OK, folks, imagine the Samsung Infuse 4G (our hands-on here)?. What do we have? A 4.5" Super AMOLED Plus in a very thin package, which still manages to cram an LED flash for the 8MP camera, and a 1.2GHz processor, capable of Full HD 1080p video recording and playback.

    Now what does it have in common with the second generation of the acclaimed Samsung Galaxy S? Just that they might be very, very similar. According to a Samfirmware tipster, Sammy has been testing two variances of the Samsung Galaxy S 2 - one with a 4.3", and one with a 4.5" Super AMOLED screens.

    It makes sense to stand out with a 4.5-incher, when everyone maxes out at 4.3, and, as attested by our preview of the Sony Ericsson Xperia arc, the big screen is not unwieldy when the handset is thin enough, and the Galaxy S 2 is rumored to be very, very thin.

    The other interesting part is that now a dual-core Orion chipset is all but confirmed, whereas there were doubts what might end up inside, with Samsung buying Tegra 2 chipsets and all. Sammy has developed two clock versions - 1GHz and 1.2 GHz. We guess if they end up with the 4.5-incher version on a 1.2GHz Orion chipset, it might look a lot like the Infuse 4G, just more powerful.

    It seems that this shady leak in November that was chewing over both a 4.3" and 4.5" screens, might have been right on the spot, down to the 1.2GHz chipset, but it also listed 16GB of memory. The first report for a Galaxy S sequel way back last July also mentioned aluminum casing and an $800 unsubsidized price, so what we have on this render below - metallic looking sides and camera area, might turn out aluminum. Hopefully the price has gone south since, though.

    As for the software part, we can expect Samsung's "Personal Cloud Computing", which probably is akin to what HTCSense.com provides for remote control and management of your phone. Google's C2DM for push notifications and messages within applications will also be implemented in some way, according to leaks prior, as well as we should have Readers Hub, an e-book app, as standard on the Samsung Galaxy S 2.

    The rest of the specs are what we've heard so far - Android 2.3 Gingerbread, front-facing camera, and NFC chip on board. What says you, excited about the possibility of a dual-core Orion chipset in a super thin 4.5" phone with Super AMOLED Plus screen?

    The exact specs Samsung decided on will probably be known as soon as this Sunday, and we will have people at the MWC to corral all the info they can find about it."
  18. Morrison

    Morrison Power Member

    afinal terá apenas 512MB de RAM?
  19. leafare

    leafare Banido

    pelo o que a ***** "deixou escapar", sim, tem.

    eu acho que 512MB chegam.

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