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Specs, but missing CPU, ROM & RAM

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  1. Robfactory

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    1. 3.2-inch AMOLED screen.

    2. Samsung’s innovative TouchWiz user interface. Offers three different homescreens to drag and drop widgets onto the screen and organize the different workspaces with favorite widgets and application shortcuts.

    3. 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, flash, five shooting modes and video capabilities.

    4. visual voicemail which allows customers to listen to voicemails in order of preference.

    5. MP3 player, up to 16GB of external memory.

    6. Assisted GPS.

    7. Bluetooth
     

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    Actually I think slightly more important than the CPU and memory is the physical dimensions and battery capacity.

    Edit, scratch that batter is 1000mAh. But the thickness is still a slight mystery.
     
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    It seems like the same phone as the Galaxy only w/o an internal HDD
     
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    Only very early sources that aren't legit at all say that it is 1000mAh. Most of the specs out there do not list it. We will wait and see.

    Don't make assumptions on the 8gb internal memory either, as there aren't clear specs on that either.
     
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    Only if you count FCC as a source that's not legit because that's how it got passed.
     
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    I think this phone looks awesome. I almost left T-mobile for the hero on sprint; until I saw this phone. I own a g1 and it's widely know their battery issues well mytouch and hero both still have this issue. Sure I can buy a phone and put it in my pocket the whole day and pull it out at the end of the day to make a few calls. But dammit I'm a smart phone user I wanna e-mail, text, and surf all day with out having to stare at my battery icon and wonder if it's gonna last. So I wait for the specs on the battery to see.
     
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    I fear the battery issue will be prevalent as long as we have Widgets on the screens. Since it will be transmitting at all instances. Same thing as Pull email.
    The only way will be to add a 1500mah battery into these phones. something like what the sidekick has.
     
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    What I would really like to see is the processor being the 800 MHz that is in the Sprint Moment, which is also by Samsung. I almost thought that the Behold II was the same as the Moment but without the keyboard, but there are other differences as well.

    Anyway, if the processor on the Behold II is the 800 MHz, this will be the Android phone to get until the Snapdragon processors are released.

    Also, Samsung has a product page on their site. No info yet though.
    http://samsungmobileusa.com/Behold2PL.aspx
     
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    It would make sense due to the fact that Samsung phones up to now have been 800mhz. The RAM/ROM issue has me guessing.
     
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    its a galaxy rebuilt for the american market.
    winmo samsungs have been 800mhz since before galaxy existed. different os different chipset
     
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    Memory,-Storage:capacity
    RAM+capacity: 256 MiB
    ROM-capacity: 512 MiB
     
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    source?
     
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