Samsung Galaxy Q specs leaked

Seems like the Samsung Galaxy series is taking over the world now, first the Samsung Galaxy S, and now the Samsung Galaxy Q. A month ago, information leaked out that the Galaxy Q series is specially made to go head-to-head with BlackBerry devices, the Galaxy Q series will feature a full front-facing QWERTY keyboard and a touchscreen display, and it’s rumored to hit AT&T and Verizon.

More specs of the Galaxy Q are leaked out, in which we’ll learn that the device is running 3-inch Super AMOLED screen (720×480), 1 GHz Hummingbird processor, 8MP camera with LED flash, 1.3 mp front-facing camera, QWERTY keyboard, Android 2.2, and 16GB internal memory (Micro SD expandable to 32GB).

Good to hear that the device is coming with Android 2.2, and all the specs are very good. Samsung is planning to take over the BlackBerry with the new Galaxy Q series.

So folks, are you planning to drop BlackBerry for the Galaxy Q? Let us know in the comment box.

via AndroidSPIN

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  • karthik

    Interesting strategy, launching the galaxy S to take over the HTCs and iphones and galaxy Q against blackberry.

  • karthik

    Having said that i would like to add that though samsung is launching higher end phones to take on other successful phones, it should also concentrate on the quality of its lower end touch screen phones. I bought a corby a few months back and its touchscreen is already giving up……not able to take the load.

    • duke

      What type of load are you talking about? You should have got it replaced.
      My corby’s touch screen has till now survived 3 heart-breaking falls and it is as responsive as new one.

  • any news about its price?

  • Pradeep

    When will this be launched in India? I was tempted with the features of Nokia C6 & was in urge to buy if it would have been launched as soon they announced (in April 2010) but still Nokia hasn’t launched, I am almost irritated with this delay in launch after annoucing. Hope Samsung doesn’t do that. Btw Samsung Galaxy S is brilliant 🙂

  • Pradeep

    Samsung strategy is great. Full front-facing QWERTY keyboard and a touchscreen display will be more comfortable to use. Samsung has caught this pulse.

  • b soham

    Got a chance to play with the new Blackberry Bold 9750 and its OS 6. its much much better than its predecessors with smooth interface and the blackberry pairing feature is just simply awesome. It has got an elegance of its own.