From out of nowhere, there was an image that surfaced that's speculated to be the unannounced Samsung i8920 Omnia HD2 that's shaping up to be the last Symbian-based smartphone out of Samsung's camp. Quite a startling revelation in itself, but it's hard to imagine that the Korean based manufacturer would opt for Symbian again for one of their high-end models when you consider the fact that it looked transparent that Samsung was all about its bada platform. Nonetheless, the handset is shaping up to be a beauty from the looks of it so far – but it's not confirmed if the image in question is the actual device or a clever fake. The Samsung i8920 Omnia HD2 offers quite an abundance of impressive specs as it's rumored to feature a 4” Super AMOLED touchscreen, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, 12-megapixel auto-focus camera with a Xenon & LED flash, 720p HD video recording, and 16 or 32GB of internal storage. Obviously it's display will be one of its highlights, especially if it's expected to live up to the HD moniker, but so far it's speculated to fashion a resolution of 640 x 360 pixels. Quite an impressive listing to say the least for now, but we'll have to sit tight and see if this indeed becomes reality.
via Unwired View