1. The Samsung GT-I9220 with a 4.3 inch Super-Amoled-HD Display is real. The Super-Amoled-HD Display has 326ppi and a resolution of 1280×720 pixels. Some other features are Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread, dual core CPU with 1,4 GhZ, a camer with 8 megapixel. There are rumors that Samsung want to introduce a Galaxy Tab 7.7 inch with a Super-Amoled Display.
3. Rumored – Samsung Galaxy S II Plus will use 5.3-inch screen and 720p resolution. Previously the GT-I9220 was rumored to have a 5.3 inch display. It is rumored to have 1.5 GHz dual-core processor (Qualcomm), a Super AMOLED Plus capacitive touchscreen, and the latest version of Android.
4. Samsung Galaxy S2 will be selling in September in the US Weeks away are the following smartphones according to Gizmocrunch-
Dubbed the successor to the HTC Thunderbolt, the HTC Vigor will likely be the first 720p HD display packing Android to the market. With a faster processor, better display and possibly better sound (Beat By Dre technology) than the Galaxy S2, it is a formidable opponent to the Samsung phone.
Motorola Droid Bionic
The Motorola Droid Bionic is expected to be the first dual-core Android with LTE on Big Red. It also might be the one phone on this list that may have a headstart of the Samsung Galaxy S2 if rumors of a September 9 release are true. Its biggest advantage over the S2 would have to be its LTE antenna if you happen to live in an area with Verizon LTE coverage.
Samsung Nexus Prime
Expected to be the first Android Ice Cream Sandwich phone on the market and successor to the Google Nexus 2, a lot of surprises are expected from the Nexus Prime. Hardware wise, it will be similar to the Samsung Galaxy S2 but with a slightly tweaked processor (1.5GHz) and better resolution display (720p).
Apple iPhone 5
The iPhone 5 is suspected to hit stores in mid-October and while its specs remain unconfirmed, the fan following behind the iPhone 5 is enough to make it the biggest rival to the Galaxy S2 and pretty much every phone on this list.
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