Samsung SHV-E120L with HD display appears in graphics test results

Samsung SHV-E120L with HD display appears in graphics test results
An LTE-touting Samsung SHV-E120L handset has appeared with 720x1280 pixels HD display in the NenaMark1 graphics test scores list. The handset is poised to appear on LG U+, a South Korean carrier, but still it warms our hearts to think there is this Android Gingerbread handset out there somewhere, sporting an HD screen.

Rumors about Samsung prepping handsets with this insane resolution of the screen are one thing, but seeing an actual device listed in benchmark tests with these specs make it all the more closer to release.

The other listed technicals are a 1.5Ghz dual-core chipset with Adreno 220 graphics, which is most likely a Snapdragon S3 one from Qualcomm, similar to what we have in the HP TouchPad. The Samsung Hercules with a similar Snapdragon, but clocked at 1.2GHz, showed pretty respectable Quadrant scores the other day, but we are curious how the battery life will be with an HD display and LTE connectivity on this Samsung SHV-E120L baby.

source: BlogofMobile (translated) via PocketNow

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5 Comments

1. jthiagesan

Posts: 104; Member since: Apr 20, 2011

Great!!

2. Questionable unregistered

will it be the Nexus Prime? @_@

3. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

*sticks head in sand until rumors of snapdragons and samsung matchmaking prove to be false* lol

4. P-YWS

Posts: 151; Member since: Aug 12, 2011

What is the size of the screen. 720x1280 is utterly useless if the size is 2" or bigger than 7" for a smarphone whis is supposed to be put-in or pull-out of the packets on the trousers easily.

6. iblackdroid

Posts: 67; Member since: Jul 19, 2011

I like 4.3-4.5 inch displays but i can settle for a little smaller... not much bigger though :/

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