Android Smartphone Samsung Hercules to bring HSPA + 42 to T-Mobile on September 21?
T-Mobile is providing more than 170 million Americans with HSPA + 42 speeds, but have yet to launch a smartphone that makes the most of their 4G network with lightning speed. It seems that T-Mobile is launching several phones 42 Mbps this year, but we are most excited about is the rumored Samsung Hercules.Several sites have speculated that the Hercules could launch in late September and now TmoNews has leaked a roadmap T-Mobile says that a new smartphone coming September 21. Could this be the mythical date of Samsung hits stores the device?
There are many reasons for the Hercules promoted by Samsung. According to Chris Ziegler Thisismynext, rumored specifications of the device include:
- 4.5-inch 480 x 800 Super Plus AMOLED display
- Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
- Support for the National Conference, but the compatibility with the ISIS standard next pay phone "to be determined"
- Category 24 HSDPA (42Mbps) and HSUPA Category 6 (5.76Mbps) extremely quick to support HSPA + - faster than any other phone HSPA + is currently sold in the U.S.
- AWS, plus 850 / 1900MHz support compatibility for AT & T "4G" network if the merger is successful
- Preliminary measurements put it at 5.16 x 2.76 x 0.37 inches - within a few hundredths of an inch of Infuse
- Internal ROM 16 GB, 1 GB of internal RAM, external microSD up to 32GB
- This is where it exceeds the Infuse: Qualcomm is quoted with 1.2 GHz dual-core processor APQ8060
- applications, which is extremely rare for a Samsung - especially given the availability of Samsung's own multi-core Exynos line is paired with a modem processor MDM8220
- 8-megapixel camera with flash and video capture principal 1080p, secondary front camera
- Like the Galaxy S II, Hercules will have no dedicated HDMI port - it will pass high-definition video over USB Micro MHL
Basically, the Hercules looks like a close relative of the Galaxy S II (SGS2), but has a slightly larger screen and includes a Qualcomm processor Exynos instead of Samsung's own. SGS2 We know that coming soon to the U.S., but it remains a mystery should be available in all telephone companies.Rumors Hercules specifications first published in May, what might have been modified since then.
Dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon already opened in several devices (such as feeling HTC) clocked at 1.2 GHz, but faster 1.5 GHz version will be available by late summer.The T-Mobile 4G Sensation and slides HTC myTouch 4G Android smartphones are excellent for those looking to upgrade now, but if you have the need for speed 42 Mbps then I suggest holding a couple of months.