A mysterious Samsung worker today leaked a firmware for the Samsung GT-19200, a device that was rumored to be the successor of the Samsung Galaxy S a very very long time ago. When we first encountered the rumors of a GT-I9200, we thought most of them were probably unreliable. The very first sources come from Russian bloggers, and even a mock image (right) was shown. The rumor listed an incredible, unbelievable list of specifications including but not limited to a 2 GHz application processor, a 4.3″ 720p Super AMOLED 2 screen, 4 GB ROM, 32 GB internal memory, 8 megapixel camera with 1080p high definition recording, and Google’s Android 3.0 operating system.
In shock? Yeah. We were too. Well, the specifications might not be totally correct, but we can now confidently say that a Samsung GT-19200 does exist. In fact, a leaked firmware for the device dates to November 3rd at roughly 4:30 PM. The build details also confirmed the presence of an FM radio, Bluetooth 3.0, and some variant of the RFS filesystem that plagued the original Galaxy S.