Once again images of Samsung’s upcoming model SPH-L300 have been leaked online. At first, an image of Android smartphone SPH-L300 was leaked back in the month of May. Now, the Brief Mobile folks have been lucky enough to get hands on some more pictures of the upcoming smartphone to be known as ‘Samsung Gogh’. However, it is also expected that this strange name is just a codename of the phone for now. The recent leaked pictures of the smartphone have thrown some light on some of the expected specs of the phone. Sadly, there is no official info about the price and availability of the ‘Gogh’ phone yet.
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It is expected that this mid range phone will be launched on the Now Network and it will also support Sprint’s new 4G LTE. It will run on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich Operating System and sport a 4 inch Super AMOLED display with 800 x 480 pixels of resolution. Plus, the device will be powered by a dual core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor coupled with 1GB of RAM. It will be equipped with a 5 MP camera along with a dedicated camera button. Moreover, it is been said that the Gogh smartphone will have NFC support and come with Google Wallet that will be pre-installed in the device.
The Samsung Gogh phone will offer 4 GB of internal memory, which is also expandable up to 32 GB with the help of a microSD card. Other predictable features include Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth, video player, audio player, Adobe Flash support, etc. In one of the leaked images, the SPH-L300 sits next to an HTC One X. From the image, it seems that Gogh phone is little bit thicker compared to the One X. Plus, even though this upcoming phone looks like that of Nexus One, it does not have capacitive search button. To know real and exact specs of the phone, we have no option other than waiting for its launch. So, let’s hope that Samsung will officially launch the much awaited SPH-L300 model very soon.