Word is going around that Clearwire is planning to release an Android “superphone” in December that will be manufactured by Samsung. Considering that the rumor claims that the phone looks very similar to the Galaxy S, and said device is Samsung’s current top-of-the-line phone, it wouldn’t surprise anyone if this “superphone” was actually a variant of the Galaxy S tailored for Clearwire. If the reports are accurate, then the device will be powered by Android 2.2 when launched and will include a front-facing camera with software in partnership with OOVOO for Internet calling, similar to Skype. A possible deal-sweetener might arrive in the form of a free portable hotspot for folks who get in on this deal. A possible name for the device has been claimed to be the Samsung Notion, and it’s speculated that it will feature a full keyboard. Whether all this turns out to be true or a bunch of smoke should be evident in a few month’s time.
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