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Official press images of the Samsung Exhibit 4G are leaked showing off more angles

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Official press images of the Samsung Exhibit 4G are leaked showing off more angles
By now, we have a clear indication of what the Samsung Exhibit 4G looks like, but for the most part, we’ve only seen it fully from the front.

Well, its official press photos have been leaked, thus giving us a variety of images that show off its beauty at different angles. Although we really can’t say that there isn’t anything too different in terms of design versus other touchscreen only devices out there, we do notice the subtle backwards chin it's sporting. Besides that, it’s pretty much your typical middle of the road slab with its straightforward approach.

Still, we can fancy that some people will be excited to see this one, even more when it’s a mid-range handset boasting 21Mbps HSPA+, 1GHz processor, 3-megapixel camera with flash, front-facing camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and preloaded with a few games out of the box. Thankfully, its targeted release date of June 8th isn't too far away from now.

source: Cell Phone Signal via Samsung Hub

Official press images of the Samsung Exhibit 4G are leaked showing off more angles
Official press images of the Samsung Exhibit 4G are leaked showing off more angles
Official press images of the Samsung Exhibit 4G are leaked showing off more angles
Official press images of the Samsung Exhibit 4G are leaked showing off more angles

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posted on 20 May 2011, 12:22

1. Jeromeo (Posts: 135; Member since: 11 Jan 2010)


Besides less megapixels, silly menu button, or tiny LED flash, what is the difference between this and the GalaxyS 4G? Isn't that just a waste of time to make 2 nearly identical phones in general, let alone for the same carrier? Isn't that how Nokia started its downfall?

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