Samsung 'Godiva' Smartphone Leaked


Outed by the GLBenchmark database, Samsung's unannounced SCH-I425 'Godiva' smartphone has been leaked, as reported by Engadget.

Judging by its model number, it's apparent that the device is the successor to the Samsung Stratosphere II (model SCH-I415), which sports a QWERTY slider. However, according to the leaked images, the latter feature won't make an appearance on the successor.

The tipster who provided the images didn't reveal any specifications for the Samsung SCH-I425, but Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is depicted. According to the benchmark results, the SCH-I425 is powered by a dual-core Snapdragon S4 chip, while its screen boasts a resolution of 1280 by 720 pixels.

Furthermore, support for Verizon's 4G LTE wireless network is included. Further details have yet to be revealed, but expect Samsung to announce the device soon.

 

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  • christarp
    So, boring, boring and more boring. Nothing new. Who cares about a leak of a phone that sounds so drab and bland?
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  • MasterMace
    I stopped reading at "dual-core"
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  • claec
    Yeah, may be bland, but it could be released at a pretty low price point. Lets face it, those specs aren't half shabby and more than enough for most people. If it starts out at 49.99, it'll pique the interest of more than a few people. It's crazy to see something that one year ago would have been a premium phone now dismissed as drab and bland. Hooray technology!
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