You could accuse Samsung's first production Android device, the Galaxy, of many things -- but you couldn't really accuse it of being pretty. Maybe that's about to change with the phone's replacement, though, now that Androphones has scored a render of a device that appears to be an Android-powered Sammy that's looking a lot more put-together than anything they've released so far. Even better, it apparently has the chops to live up to its pretty face with a 1GHz Snapdragon, 3.7-inch AMOLED display, 5 megapixel cam, Android 2.1, and a whopping 32GB of internal storage on its way to an alleged MWC unveil, but we see one problem here: Samsung makes its own systems-on-chip, so we don't see why they'd be sourcing a Snapdragon here. That said, the picture looks real enough -- and you don't see rabid Samsung fans make convincing fake renders too often -- so we'll hold out hope this gets announced one way or another.

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