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Samsung busy with Q line? GT-I9505 confirmed

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Last updated: February 17th, 2013 at 12:56 UTC+01:00

We of SamMobile have found a small hint about a new upcoming line by Samsung Mobile.  According to the first firmware of the GT-I8190N (Galaxy S III mini NFC), Samsung is busy with the Q line… The Samsung GT-Q1000 would be a new Android device.  We think this might be Samsung's new line of flexible display products. Of course these are just speculations but we never saw the Q line before by Samsung. This first firmware also confirms the Samsung GT-I9505 is an Android device which could mean the GT-I9505 could be the Galaxy S IV. Of course SamMobile will keep you up to date! Like you know from us, most of our rumors about new upcoming devices are right!

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