The Samsung I9000 gets a Wi-Fi certificate

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The Samsung I9000 gets a Wi-Fi certificate
Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG are two of the places, where we can usually find out about the existence of new handsets. The former now features information on a new Samsung model that still remains shrouded in impenetrable mystery, the I9000. The only known fact about the device is that it will support Wi-Fi 802.11b/g. The model number shows the handset will probably be a high-end smartphone, although it´s still anyone´s guess what operating system it will be running. Samsung´s cell phones with names starting with "I" are based on various operating systems, including Android (the Beam I8520, Galaxy I7500), Windows Mobile (the Omnia II I8000) and even Symbian (the Omnia HD I8910, INNOV8 I8510). On the other hand, a rumor that appeared last December (along with a rather questionable rendering) had it the I9000 would be based on bada. The provided information indicated the handset would be equipped with 12-megapixel camera, 4.2-inch AMOLED display and 1GHz processor. We are almost certain these specifications related to nothing more than a vivid dream of Samsung´s eager fan, not that we would mind getting our hands on a new bada-based model after the impressive performance of the Wave. Windows Phone 7 Series device would also be more than welcome, not to mention Samsung better hits on all four cylinders in order to come up with such a device as soon as possible, unless they are willing to see LG beat them to the draw with this respect.

source: SamsungHub, Phones Online


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