Samsung Celox is a device which seems to be a larger but similar model of the popular Samsung Galaxy S II model and with 4G LTE radios. We know that you are probably curious about its price or you want some decent photos with this smartphone, but we must tell you that it’s too early for such sort of things.
Samsung Celox is going to hit the European market, but you must wait for a while so all we can is giving you some technical details about it. For example, it comes equipped with a 4.5 inches Super AMOLED Plus capacitive sensitive to touch screen which has a displaying capability of 16 777 216 colors and a maximum resolution of no less than 480 x 800 pixels. And let’s not forget that it includes some elements such as an Ambient light sensor, multi touch capability, Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, proximity sensor, SWYPE Integration and 3-Axis Gyroscope Sensor.
The dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8060 processor, the Google Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and a Mali-400MP GPU are the elements that complete the list when it comes to the software chapter. And if you aren’t pleased by the total amount of 16 GB internal storage capacity, remember that it can be easily extended up to 32 GB using the micro SD card slot provided. As for the connectivity, Samsung Celox provides the basic elements and not only. So you can take advantage of Bluetooth v3.0 with EDR Stereo, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n connectivity, A-GPS, DLNA, Stereo FM with RDS, v2.0 Mini USB, 3.5 mm stereo headphones jack, as well as 3G capability, HSDPA – up to 21 Mbps and HSUPA – up to 5.76 Mbps.
If you need high quality pictures, Samsung Celox is a smartphone for you as long as it comes with an 8 megapixels camera with features such as: Touch Focus, Image Stabilization, Digital Zoom, Auto Focus, Geo tagging or LED flash. No less important it its 1080p video recording capability, not to mention the front facing 2 megapixels camera which is also present. In terms of dimensions, it measures exactly 130.9 x 69.9 x 9.39 mm with a weight of 128 grams, so things look even better than we could expect.