Samsung may be mulling over plans to launch a new top of the range version of the Galaxy S2 smartphone based on the Windows Phone 7 operating system, as an entry for a Samsung SGH-i937 smartphone has shown up on the Bluetooth SIG.
According to WMPowerUser, the device ought to be a Windows Phone Mango handset because it has the same Bluetooth profile as the Mango Windows Phone 7 stack on the same website, and has appeared on the Occasional Gamers list of Windows Phone 7 smartphones.
The i937 comes ahead of the Android based i927 (the Samsung Galaxy S2) and the i917 (which is the Samsung Focus, not the Samsung Omnia 7). The Samsung Galaxy S2 is perfectly capable of running Windows Phone 7 BUT since Qualcomm has been designated to be the exclusive SoC provider of Windows Phone Mango devices, one can expect Samsung to toe the line and swap its Exynos 4210 SoC for something like the 1.5GHz APQ8060.
We suspect that the rest of the configuration will be similar to the Galaxy S2; 1GB RAM, 16GB onboard flash storage, a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED plus screen, an eight-megapixel camera with LED flash, a two megapixel front facing camera, DLNA compatibility and more. The Focus (and the Omnia 7) is likely to be pushed down the pecking order with some serious price cuts.