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Leaks usually give us a peek at upcoming high profile phones, but every now and then the small guys acquire talked about in the rumor mill too. TechnoBuffalo got a hrecent of a part of Samsung’s roadmap of unannounced Android devices, which might show up at the MWC. The list includes the Galaxy Note 8.0, which is officially confirmed to exist, a sequel to the Samsung Galaxy Xcover rugged phone and a couple of low-enders.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 specs match up perfectly with the rumored specs we saw last week – 8” 1280x800 Super Clear Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) with S Pen support, 1.6Giga Hertz (GHz) quad-core Central Processing Units (CPU) and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. What’s recent is the availability – according to the roadmap, the mid-sized Note will come in March.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 unofficial specs
The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 2 is similar to the Galaxy Rugby Pro for AT&T. It packs a 4” WVideo Graphics Array (VGA) Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screen, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean running on a 1Giga Hertz (GHz) dual-core processor, 5MP camera, 1,700mAh battery and 3G with 14.4Mbps HSPA.
The Xcover 2 should become available in February. The roadmap doesn’t list what kind of certifications it carries, but it’s a fine bet it will be water-proof and shock resistant.
Samsung Galaxy Xcover 2 unofficial specs
Next up is the Samsung Galaxy Young, a Galaxy Y successor. It packs either a 3” WVideo Graphics Array (VGA) classy screen (unlikely, since this would mean a 310ppi pixel density) or a 3.3” HVideo Graphics Array (VGA) classy screen (with a much more believable 175ppi).
The Galaxy Young will run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on a 1Giga Hertz (GHz) Central Processing Units (CPU) and pack a 3MP camera, and 3G support. It’s slated for introduction in March and will have a dual-SIM version.
Samsung Galaxy Young unofficial specs
Then there’s the Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus, a minor update of the current Pocket. The main change is the classy screen resolution – HVGA, up from QVGA. It should be announced this month in single-SIM form and next month in dual-SIM form. There’s not a lot of time before the discontinue of January though, so this roadmap might not be perfectly accurate.
Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus
Other than the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 none of these devices have officially been announced, so we recommdiscontinue you hold this with a healthy dose of salt. We should see those devices at the MWC, the gigantic ticket items like the Galaxy S IV will most likely acquire their own events.