Samsung are keeping the mobiles coming today with the launch of the Galaxy S II HD LTE. Unlike the underwhelming Omnia W, this one’s a superphone to take note of.
That’s not least of all because of the crazily impressive screen its packing. A whopping 4.65 inch Super AMOLED number, it’s massive 1280x 720 resolution gives it the enviable title of the world’s first truly HD (720p) smartphone.
It’s looking just as good under the hood too. The smartphone boasts 16GB of expandable storage, a 1.5 GHz processor, NFC tech, 4G connectivity and an 8MP/1080p camera.
“Using the advanced technologies it has as the leader of the domestic smartphone market, Samsung Electronics will enable consumers to enjoy a truly smart life with the LTE smartphone,” said JK Shin, president and head of Samsung’s mobile communications business.
“The company will continue to release innovative LTE smart devices in the domestic market, thereby leading the LTE market.”
No UK launch details yet, but we’ll keep you posted if this one ends up in stores outside of Korea.