The Samsung i909, a new smartphone from the growing Galaxy S family, has surfaced on a Chinese website under the brand name Anycall, one which was established by Samsung and exclusively focuses on South Korea and China.
According to Unwiredview, the phone will be the first one with GSM and CDMA/EV-DO connectivity but is unlikely to be available outside China where it will be sold through China Telecom.
The stylish phone come a 4-inch WVGA touchscreen (possibly Super AMOLED) capacitive display, GPS, Bluetooth 3.0, a 5-megapixel digital camera, 16GB internal memory, a microSD card reader and runs Android 2.1.
The phone bears some resemblance with the Galaxy S that is on sale in the UK, down to the lack of flash and the presence of three buttons on the front.
The Galaxy S i9000 however comes only with 8GB onboard memory and can currently be purchased from Amazon for as little as £430.