Seems we’ve got some meaty information about today’s Samsung S Life event. We do know that Samsung will highlight their global mobile phone strategy but according to Engadget, it will be more towards the content. The S Life or Smart Life will provide content like e-books, full-length movies to take advantage of the phone’s hardware and new Super AMOLED screens.
All the 2010 smartphones are tipped to use a fast 1GHz processor, which we assume will be Samsung’s own Hummingbird based on Cortex A8.
Finally, it will be a new phone that will complement the new strategy. The phone will be known as Galaxy S, rumored to run Android (no bada?) and boast a 1GHz CPU and Super AMOLED screen.
This information looks highly plausible but we would prefer to wait for J.K. Shin to unveil it officially.
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