Samsung’s ‘flagship’ phone with Gingerbread unveiling in early 2011?

Samsung Flagship Phone

Keeping eyeballs assiduous and edging ears for spicy inside stories usually pay off well. According to a recent tidbit posted on Engadget, Samsung’s flagship Android-powered mobile device will be making the scene in early next year.

Ostensibly, different parts of the slide deck reveal accommodation for a 4.3- or 4.5-inch Super AMOLED 2 display. The device is anticipated to have Android Gingerbread and will be integrated with 16GB of onboard storage.

For consumers with a soft corner for photography, an 8 megapixel camera featuring LED and the capability to record videos in 1080p will be seemingly planked in. Apart from this, the handset is reported to come equipped with 14.4Mbps HSPA, Bluetooth 3.0 and 1.2GHz core of some sort. The deck also describes it as having an ultra sleek design.

The blog has further put up a new update that sheds some light on this handset’s pictures. From Engadget’s point of view, one of the images is not of a new Samsung phone, but rather of a VoIP handset by Apiotek from several years ago.

Well, with this, all we can do is wait for this news to turn real as soon as possible. Till then, Samsung’s loyalists can cross their fingers.