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Feb
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Last night, PocketNow landed their hands on some official spec sheet leaks from UK retailer Expansys, and the specs don't disappoint. Let's take a look:

  • Samsung Galaxy S 2
    • 1.2 Ghz Dual-Core CPU (Qualcomm 8260 SnapDragon), Adreno 205 GPU
    • 4.3" 800x480 SAMOLED Plus
    • 8MP Camera around back (with LED flash and 1080p video recording), 2MP in front
    • 512 MB RAM
    • 16 GB internal storage, microSD card support
  • HTC Desire HD2
    • 1.2 Ghz Dual-Core CPU (Qualcomm 8260 SnapDragon), Adreno 205 GPU
    • 960x540 3.3" (typo? should it be 4.3"?) SLCD
    • 8MP in back with LED flash and 1080p video
    • 512MB RAM
    • 8 GB internal storage, microSD support
    • Sense UI 3.0
  • HTC Desire 2
    • 1 Ghz CPU (Qualcomm 8250 SnapDragon), Adreno 200 GPU
    • 3.7" 800x480 SLCD
    • 5MP rear camera (LED flash and 720p video), 2MP front
    • 512 MB RAM
    • 4 GB internal storage, microSD support
  • HTC Wildfire 2
    • 600 Mhz CPU (Qualcomm MSM7227), Adreno 200 GPU
    • 3.2" 480x420 TFT
    • 5 MP rear camera (LED flash, 480p video)
    • 384 MB RAM
    • Unspecified internal memory, microSD card support

All in all, some respectable specs from the Galaxy S 2 and DHD2, some run-of-the-mill specs for the Desire 2 (nearly identical CPU as the EVO), and some downright embarrassing kit on the Wildfire 2 (it won't even be able to run Flash).

I'd be remiss if I also didn't point out that the specs match up to Engadget's leaked slide we doubted way back in November.

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Boy, could this ever be embarassing. Whatever... bitch, I'm a bus [NSFW language].

Keep in mind that this type of leaks generally has good accuracy, but it's still been off plenty of times before. For that reason, I slapped a "[Rumor]" tag on here - we all know how much the Android community loves to run with inconcrete details as fact.

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[Source: PocketNow via Androinica]

Aaron Gingrich
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  • alexander

    Why would Samsung be using a competitors CPU?
    i hate these rumors as they always seem to be made by people who don't know that Samsung uses their own Chips
    Galaxy S2 will probably use the Orion

  • Double

    Yeah, right. The galaxy s2 has a slower GPU than the s1. Im pretty sure it will either have a orion or tegra SoC.

  • reddragon72

    Man did they get the galaxy s 2 spec's wrong. Qualcomm with adreno?!?! Like Samasung is going to put anything other than their CPU/GPU combo in there. And just because it is dual core doesn't mean better performance from a lesser GPU. So I highly doubt Samsung will take a step backwards in that category. Also that 2m front camera is kinda stretching it as well. And the 14.4 HSPA?? by the time this thing launches T-Mobile will be rolling out their 42meg network and with 21 in place now I don't see anything less then a 24 chip in it.... Anything else I missed.

  • 513

    Yeah, the Desire 2 has the exact same specs as the the actual Desire, not logical.

    Qualcomm 8260 has Adreno 220, not 205.

    They say the Desire HD 2 will have 512 MB of RAM, which is less than the actual (768 MB).

    Sense 3.0 ?

    Divx, Xvid reading from HTC, since when ?

    • Paul

      Seconded. The 8260 is a 3rd generation snapdragon, has the Adreno 220. My 2nd generation snapdragon phone has an Adreno 205.

  • Eggcake

    I say this is BS...too many things look just weird. Galaxy S 2 is obvious that it just can't be possible. Desire 2 looks so strange, it's really a Desire 1 with more internal Space *yaay*. Desire HD2 has not enough RAM and other things also look kinda strange. I also expect a more potent CPU in the Wildfire, although this looks most legit. But as many other things don't, I don't believe a thing on those spec sheets.

  • Scott

    this is the worst "leak" ever... why post something that doesnt even make a bit of sense?

  • jaamgans

    Got to say that all top end phones really need at least 728MB of RAM preferably more. I think this is part of the reason why he HDH is so quick.

  • Phil Oakley

    They won't call it the Desire HD2...they've made another phone called the HD2 (HTC Leo).

  • Chris

    So the Wildfire 2 is essentially a redesigned Aria? Specs are identical.