Samsung has been on a roll lately with the announcement of new devices, two more are heading to China an I kinda wish they would come to the U.S. as well. With specs similar to the Galaxy S II LTE, the new Samsung SCH-i929 joins up with the recently reported SCH-i929, and with bags packed, heads for China Telecom.
The first device (left) is the SCH-i929 and has some beefy-ass specs that some U.S. folks are gonna be jealous over: a dual-core Snapdragon processor clocked at 1.5GHz, 4.5″ Super AMOLED display, and a 8MP camera. The only real difference between it and the GSII LTE is the lack of LTE support.
Sammy’s second unit, the SCH-W999 (left), is that cool clamshell hybrid I told you about a couple days ago with two 3.5″ Super AMOLED displays. With a revolutionary flip-design, the new SCH-W999, gives peeps the ability to use a flip phone without the loss of Android’s touchscreen goodness, times two! Rocking similar specs to its traveling partner, this hybrid device sports the same processor and GSM/CDMA connectivity but due to its form factor Sammy opted for a 5MP camera instead.
So what do you guys think, you want one of these bad boys? Tell us all about it in the comments, will ya?