DLNA certification, you're quite the talker. Following in the famed traditions of FCC and Bluetooth SIG leaks, it now looks like we've got a bit of information on the Samsung Stealth V. In addition to DLNA over 802.11b/g/n (of course), the 4.3-inch AMOLED with WVGA resolution sports Android 2.2 and an 8 megapixel camera. Sound familiar? Swap Froyo with Gingerbread and all these pieces line up pretty well with the mysterious flagship phone we discovered two weeks ago. And that leads us to speculation based on naming conventions: this entry bears the SCH-i510 model number, which is just ten up on the Fascinate, Verizon's Galaxy S variant. Flagship sequel? That'd sound about right then, as would a CDMA chipset inside. Few more certifications and we should have a much better feel for the future of this one.
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Samsung Stealth V outed with DLNA certification: 4.3-inch screen, Android 2.2?
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