Samsung’s Galaxy S II has sold over 10 million worldwide already but its nice to see Samsung already making the phone better, not to mention the upcoming Galaxy S III. With the fast improvements to the line and naming scheme we may soon be calling our phone the Samsung Galaxy S III LTE HD+ with a Super AMOLED HD+ display — SGSVLTEHD+ and a quad-core is what I want.
Back to the FCC filing, the Galaxy S II LTE HD features a 4.65″ HD display (same as we’ll see in the Nexus) with a 1280 x 720p resolution, a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor and 4G LTE, basically the perfect phone if you ask me. Mix that with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich coming next week and we are in for a treat. Nothing in the FCC documents gave us any other details but most likely this will be the same variation that was announced last month. Feel free to dig around in the filings and see what you find, hopefully we hear more details from Samsung in the coming weeks.
A Samsung phone with model name SHV-E120L has recently passed through the FCC and after some initial digging around sources have now confirmed it to be the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE HD. Yes the name is long, but the phone sounds amazing and I’d love to get my hands on one. Back in September Samsung announced the SGSII HD was headed to Korea and while initially we didn’t get a launch date or any news regarding a US launch, this FCC filing should clear up some doubts.