Samsung is certainly on a roll with their Android devices – their Galaxy S and all of its variants have launched successfully all over the world, with more launches still to come. But that hasn’t stopped them from planning their next Android device, one that may attempt to sway Blackberry users to Android.
According to a spec sheet leaked by MobileCrunch, the Samsung Galaxy Q is a very high-end phone, with the small screen size of only 3.0” being the odd spec out. Combined with the listed “QWERTY Keypad,” it makes sense that this phone will take the same style as the Motorola Charm, which also emulates the Blackberry phone style. However, the Galaxy Q should be much more successful thanks to some great specs that separate it from other phones with smaller screens such as the HTC Aria and the aforementioned Charm.
- 1 GHz Hummingbird processor (same as found in the Galaxy S)
- 3.0” Super AMOLED screen (720 x 480)
- QWERTY Keypad
- Optical touchpad
- 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera
- 8 megapixel camera with LED flash
- 16 GB internal memory
- Android 2.2
The phone is going to be appealing to a certain crowd looking for a phone with an exposed keyboard without sacrificing great specs - namely business users. Still, without details on pricing or a release, or even a picture, we’ll just have to wait and see on this one.