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Samsung Delve Photo Leaked

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Samsung Delve Photo LeakedAll sorts of rumors are flying in right now about Samsung's next phone, the so-called Samsung Delve. It seems that the company keeps releasing phone after phone and, after the Samsung Bresson, meaning Samsung Pixon – the official name, yet another picture has been leaked on the Internet, seemingly showing the device codenamend Delve.

Being still just a Samsung-related rumor, not that many specs are available for this phone, but still, some information was leaked as well, so we're able to give you a preview of what to expect from this device.

While the picture shows us that it boasts a 3.0-inch touchscreen display, we were also able to find out that Delve will pack 2nd-generation TouchWiz interface, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, e-mail and SMS support, Navigation software and HTML browser. The phone also comes pre-loaded with Toneroom, Facebook, MySpace, games, and - what these days seems to be the minimum standard integrated - a 2 Megapixel camera module. The phone also has an on-screen QWERTY keyboard for easy typing, and customizable widgets.

It seems that the device, even if still in beta state, is pretty stable and completely user-friendly, so this should make it quite appealing for many. Delve seems to be a crossover between Samsung Instinct and Samsung F480, so we hope that all the missing specs parts will be similar to the ones the two have.

At the moment, no details on pricing or a release date are available, but Delve is expected to hit stores in mid-November. With all that, from what we can see in the specs and judging by the way the phone was designed, it's clear that it was not high-end intended, but rather mid-end - so it should come with a relatively affordable price tag. However, until more info is made available, we’re still just in the realm of speculation.

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