A device named Samsung Galaxy Axiom has popped up out of nowhere, and if initial reports are to be believed then the handset may well be making its way to US Cellular soon. Said to have been equipped with Google’s Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS, this device seems to have taken some inspiration from the S3 mini as far as its looks are concerned.
According to Evleaks, the infamous Twitter account which is known to out important phones now and then, the handset bears the model name, SCH-R830. This account has posted about a number of smartphones in the past, and has been spot-on with most of them. These include the Verizon HTC Droid DNA (pictured below) which went official just yesterday with its ‘ultimate smartphone’ offerings that include a huge 5-inch true HD 1080p super LCD 3 touchscreen with a pixel density of 440ppi.
The Galaxy Axiom it seems, is running on a dual core MSM8960 processor which is clocked at 1.2GHz. It is claimed to have been embellished with a 4-inch WVGA LCD display. And as far as its memory is concerned, 4GB of hoarding capacity has apparently been granted to it alongside 1GB of RAM. Its main camera is of 5MP capacity, whereas a 1.3MP snapper has been placed on its front for video chatting purposes. Not surprisingly, this 4G LTE-equipped device will be shipping with the Ice Cream Sandwich OS, which should place it in line for future Jelly Bean giveaways.
As mentioned above, just like the Premier, this handset too borrows the looks of the S3 mini which is available already in the UK. Its features too are somewhat similar to the latter device which has been equipped with a 4-inch WVGA Super AMOLED display and dimensions that read 121.6 x 63 x 9.9mm. Moreover, it also possesses a 5MP camera like the newly leaked phone. But unlike the latter, the S3 mini carries a 1GHz processor which is paired with 1GB of RAM for running applications with ease.
The authenticity of the Samsung Galaxy Axiom is not known as yet, let alone its price and release date information. It is being speculated that US Cellular will be dishing it out with its network.