Samsung accidentally spills the beans on the Illusion for Verizon through Flickr

Samsung accidentally spills the beans on the Illusion for Verizon through Flickr
Call it a whoopsie on maybe Samsung’s part, but they might’ve accidentally spilled the beans on the upcoming Illusion for Verizon just a tad bit earlier than expected. Actually, they posted a tiny tidbit regarding the handset through Flickr – yet, it’s still slim in terms of hardware specs.

Just only last week, we were introduced to the Samsung Illusion for Verizon as a rendered image of the handset was leaked. Based on the information dished up by Flickr, it confirms that it’s given the SCH-I110 model number, and the fact that it’s going to be some sort of eco-centric smartphone. Additionally, it’ll be featuring 3G speeds only and Samsung’s most up-to-date TouchWiz interface running on top of Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

However, we’re still in the dark regarding other warranted specs – such as its screen size, processor, and price point. So far, the rumors suggest it packing an 800MHz or 1GHz processor, either a 3 or 5-megapixel shooter in the rear, and a screen resolution of 320 x 480. Furthermore, it’s purported to launch sometime on or around September 29th with a price point of $100 or less with a 2-year contract.

If it’s indeed shaping up to become an eco-centric device, we wonder what other notable features it’ll be packing along for the ride. Maybe a solar charger like the one used by the Samsung Replenish?

source: Flickr via Electronista

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  • Camera 3 MP (Single camera)
  • Hardware
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  • Storage 2GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 1500 mAh
  • OS Android 2.3


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