The monster handset will feature a 4.3" Super AMOLED display, which brings it on par with the biggest cell phone screens on the market. We also hope that it will be of the second generation S-AMOLED, about which we reported recently, but it's doubtful Samsung will have it ready for production in that timeframe. The Samsung Stealth V is supposed to have an 8MP camera with dual-LED flash.
If the chipset inside is the almighty Samsung Orion, and there is no reason to believe otherwise, then we can certainly conclude that the camera will be able to record full 1080p HD video. The dual-core Orion chipset should be finished with sampling by the end of the year, and it is expected to appear in phones and the new Samsung tablets in the beginning of Summer 2011, so we are sure we will have plenty more leaks until announcement time.
If that's any indication, the heavy leaks around the Samsung Galaxy S started in the Spring of this year, and it was launched soon afterwards. We are not saying that the next version will follow the same path, but it surely looks like the Stealth V specs are what you would do for a next generation of the Galaxy S.
In that train of thought, the Samsung Stealth V (SCH-i510) should be a thin and light handset with an advanced 4.3" Super AMOLED screen, running Android 2.2 or Gingerbread, and with an 8MP camera (with flash this time) that records full HD video, thanks to the blazing Orion chipset. Oh, and if it is indeed Orion inside, the graphics power inside should be console-level. We are sure that these specs and the Thanksgiving dinner preparation combined could make your salivary glands fill a bucket today. We know that Samsung's handsets with Super AMOLED are thin, but stealth is a whole new level of thin.