Samsung is doing a 2011 redesign of its Samsung Galaxy S and this new addition will feature a 1.4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255T CPU, bringing it well inline with the current crop of dual core-powered heavy hitters.
At present, nothing has been confirmed by Samsung in relation to this new 2011-version of its Galaxy S.
But that hasn’t stopped information leaking online. This time the info comes via hi-tech.mail.ru who managed to track down a comparison spec sheet, showcasing some of the 2011 Galaxy S’s vital statistics.
From what we can gather, the 2011 Galaxy S edition will feature a brand new 1.4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255T processor, 14.4Mbps HSPA+ radio and a 1650mAh battery.
Judging by these specs, Samsung isn’t messing about – all three are significant boosts to an already very solid device.
We love the original Galaxy S, as well as the recently announced Galaxy S II, but we still think there’s room for a 2011 edition of original handset – even if it is somewhat overshadowed by the Galaxy S II.
According to reports, the 2011-edition Galaxy S is landing in Russia at the end of April.
There’s no word on whether, or when for that matter, the UK will be getting this update.
In Russia, the handset is priced at 24,000 Rubles ($846), which translates to approximately £524.46 here in the UK.
We’re going to get onto Samsung and see if we can dig up any more news on its Samsung Galaxy S review.