Last Updated: May 16th, 2011

Today, the crew over at TMoNews scored some shots and a few details of a new Samsung device, unofficially dubbed the "Exhibit 4G". As to not waste any time, let's get straight into the specs (keep in mind this is all unconfirmed):

  • 3.7-inch AMOLED display
  • 1.4GHz ARM11 processor
  • 5MP Camera with 720p video capture
  • VGA front camera
  • Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread)

That's pretty much all of the details that we have for now, but here are a few shots of the device:

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Like I said, this is about as unconfirmed as it gets, so take it for what it's worth.

Source: TMoNews

Cameron Summerson
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  • Devin

    Another phone that won't see the daylight of marketing courtesy of the T-Mobile Marketing Dept.

  • Iambeast

    The rumor doesn't really hold. There is no way in hell that Samsung would go backwards in time and use an ARM11 core. That's "ancient" architecture. I would understand if they continued to use the ARM7 Cortex A8 core, but I don't understand why Samsung would use an ARM11 core on a new phone. It just doesn't make any sense. Saving money wouldn't make any sense either. Samsung is producing a lot more units of A8 and A9 cores, so wouldn't that mean that they have extremely low production of ARM11 cores? Either way, it makes no sense. I understand it's just a rumor, but still.