New Samsung Cellphone Leaked: Samsung Galaxy S2 Hercules

New Samsung Cellphone Leaked: Samsung Galaxy S2 Hercules

If you are a techie kind of person and a follower of mobiles and gadgets, you must be familiar with the Samsung Galaxy series. There are a few models in the series which are very famous. Samsung is adding more models to this series now and then and the latest(leaked) addition may be Samsung Galaxy S2 Hercules. The phone was leaked just a couple of days back and is expected to be announced officially very soon. The features are good enough to attract people but who knows whether they are real or not. Also, many of the specifications are yet to be leaked such as battery, weight, dimensions, etc. The wait is on but one thing that I want to concentrate more on is that is Samsung Galaxy S2 Hercules an actual phone? There are many chances that it is because of the leaked screen shots(which aren’t actually real), but you never know.

  • Samsung Galaxy S2 Hercules will come with a 4.5 inch and Super Amoled display screen which is almost confirmed.
  • This phone would run on Android 2.3(Gingerbread) and might be upgrade-able to higher ones.
  • It has a 1.2 Mhz processor speed which is always good in mobiles.
  • 8 Megapixels rear camera and 2 megapixels front camera is available in this phone with LED flash and autofocus(For rear camera).
  • Videos can be recorded in high-definition(1080 pixels).
  • 2G and 3G would be available in this phone.
  • The price isn’t leaked yet but according to my guess it should be around Rs. 25,000 or maximum Rs. 30,000.
None of the above specifications are officially announced by Samsung. They are just leaked from here and there on the internet. The internet is bigger than you can expect it to be ;). You may checkout the video below:.

So, what do you think? Any expectations from this phone or do you think it will just blow in the air? Do comment with your views and opinions.

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