The DLNA has certified a new Samsung device named Stealth V, which might turn out to be a Galaxy S device or successor of sorts. The Stealth V appears to be an Android Froyo handset with a 4.3-inch WVGA AMOLED display (not Super AMOLED?) and an 8MP camera. Samsung’s model number for this puppy is SCH-i510 and has Wi-Fi b/g/n and DLNA. Surprise!
Could this be another run-of-the-mill Android device from Samsung, or will it be the flagship device we heard about not long ago with 14.4Mbps HSPA capabilities and Android Gingerbread? It’s all so confusing! The flagship device we saw had a 4.5″ screen, although minor details like this can be easily mixed up in different reports well before the device is officially announced. The screen resolutions and Android versions don’t really match up, either.
The two definitely have some strong similarities, so if they aren’t the same device we could be seeing two solid handsets coming from Samsung pretty soon.
[Via: GSM Arena]