Samsung’s 5-megapixel S8000 handset has been snapped online and caught on video giving an insight into a new Cubic navigation feature.
The video popped up over at MobileBulgaria.com and gives a good insight into what to expect of the TouchWiz-toting handset.
Aside from the 5-megapixel camera with flash and autofocus, there’s also Wi-Fi, A-GPS, a 3.1-inch AMOLED display and a whole bunch of other acronyms that basically amount to declaring it’ll play just about all of the media file types you can throw at it.
The video clearly demonstrates the TouchWiz UI in action, and that the widget approach is now firmly entrenched as the MO for the Samsung touchscreen brand.
A new addition for the S8000 is the 3D Cubic navigation that immediately brings the LG Arena to mind, although it seems to function in a slightly different way. The handset is also reportedly going to support gesture and accelerometer control in some form too.
According to MobileBulgaria, we should hear official word of this device around the 15th June. Naturally though, we took down all the device’s vitals in back in March when it surfaced previously.
If you want to check out the Cubic UI for yourself it starts around the 5:29 mark, or for the more leisurely viewer, enjoy the full 6 minutes of Samsung TouchWiz loveliness.