We may have a name for that rumoured Samsung flagship smartphone spotted earlier this month. A new Samsung device has surfaced on the DLNA’s website in their certification area.
Known as the SCH-i510 or the Stealth V, the certification document shows it as having 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and a microSD slot. Nothing exciting so far. Where it gets interesting is if you search for this product. In the search results, the SCH-i510 is shown to be an “Android froyo device AMOLED 4.3″ WVGA 8M camera” device.
These details line up fairly well with earlier rumours except for the Android version. Considering Gingerbread is not out yet, it is possible that Samsung opted for Froyo for certification purposes only.
There is no word on availability although past rumours suggested a possible announcement during MWC 2011.