Samsung GT-i9210 Celox with LTE bands pictures leaked


We reported last week about Samsung prepping to release an LTE-capable device going under the codename “Celox.”Altough the Korean manufacturer have denied the existence of this phone, we’ve able to snag a couple of pictures of it and they actually look exactly like the one from last week. The Celox will go under manufacturer code GT-i9210 or GT-i9220 according to the Japanese blog “Blog of Mobille!!.”

The Celox will sport a 4.5-inch WVGA Super AMOLED plus display, 1.5GHz Dual-core Qualcomm Snpadragon APQ8060 chip, 4G LTE technology, 1GB of RAM, Android 2.3.4, 16GB internal storage, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front camera and a 1750 mAh battery. These specs are very similar to the Samsung Hercules and the Galaxy S II. The GT-i9210/20 is set to be released on Korea’s SK Telecom nework and Japan’s NTT DoCoMo. We’re not going to talk about when we will get the Celox it because we have yet to get our own version of the Galaxy S II but it doesn’t hurt to be optimistic.

Source Kevin’S Click-Mobile Blog (Japanese), Blog of Mobile!!
via PocketNow

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  • Sumit Banerjee

    Since the specs are very similar to the Hercules, which is T-Mobile’s version of the Galaxy S II, could that mean that this device is what the Galaxy S II will look like for another US carrier?
    And actually, the Celox pictures from last week showed one central home button with one button on either side of the home button, while these new pictures show 4 equal sized buttons, which is more like the Hercules…

    • Good eye. We’ll definitely know comes August 29 for sure. We’re going to be in NYC and reporting from there.

  • Sumit Banerjee

    Since the specs are very similar to the Hercules, which is T-Mobile’s version of the Galaxy S II, could that mean that this device is what the Galaxy S II will look like for another US carrier?
    And actually, the Celox pictures from last week showed one central home button with one button on either side of the home button, while these new pictures show 4 equal sized buttons, which is more like the Hercules…

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