We’ve previously pondered on whether the upcoming Nexus Prime would feature a high-resolution Super AMOLED display. Samsung’s beaten Google to the punch with the Galaxy S II HD. First up, the bad news; this bad boy is (for now) only available in South Korea. I hear planes take off for Seoul all the time. Still, there’s time for the local carriers to drive a truckload of money up to Samsung HQ and deliver it to Australian consumers — or perhaps it’s Vodafone’s mystery phone. Then again, perhaps not. It could also be Telstra’s next LTE phone; Phandroid notes that there’s an LTE variant of the phone, although that does without one of the key selling points, namely a 4.65-inch, 720x1260 pixel Super AMOLED display. Other goodies include NFC, 8MP camera and dual-core 1.5GHz processor. I’m currently using (and sometimes crashing) a Galaxy S II. I sure could use a new phone. How much are plane tickets to Seoul, anyway? [Samsung via Phandroid]
Samsung Galaxy S II HD Has A Super AMOLED Screen
Trending Stories Right Now
NASA needs anywhere from $US20 billion ($29 billion) to $US30 billion ($44 billion) on top of the space agency’s current budget to land humans on the Moon by 2024, according to a new interview with the NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine.
Video: Without Goose the Flerken, there’s a very good chance that Nick Fury would have been murdered by the Kree in Captain Marvel, which would have had catastrophic consequences for the larger MCU. Without Fury, there probably wouldn’t be any Avengers, and without them, well. You get the idea.