The Samsung Infuse 4G was recently released at an event in NYC back in May and we were there for some hands-on. If you don’t recall the Infuse 4G is a Galaxy S device featuring a monster 4.5″ AMOLED Plus display. So basically the screen not only looks amazing but its also huge. This is the largest screen to have a Samsung Super AMOLED Plus display and it was launched on AT&T with a 1.2 Ghz CPU and Android 2.2 FroYo. New information is showing the Infuse 4G launching on Rogers will a little surprise.

Rogers has just announced that they will be receiving the Samsung Infuse 4G sometime soon but they are stating it will indeed be running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread instead of the older 2.2 like the AT&T version. This makes us wonder if a Gingerbread update is coming for the AT&T flavor sometime soon. For a more in depth look at this amazingly thin, lightweight, yet huge device check out our hands-on and unboxing as well as our full Infuse 4G Review.

The Samsung Infuse 4G is very similar in looks and design to the Galaxy S II and its the thinnest phone on the planet. It is extremely lightweight and just a hair thicker than the SGSII, so this makes the Infuse 4G a pretty great all around device. If you don’t need the dual-core CPU from some of the phones coming out of late you can get the next best thing from Samsung soon on Rogers. Stay tuned for more information and a release date.

[via Rogers]

  • Nene150

    i really dont understand samsung. how do everywhere else in the world they get the latest version of android but in the us we still stuck on 2.2 now you could blame the carriers but why do other phone companies give timely updates plus drop new phone with the current android

    • @07bb2f0e620957ebb87b00ed5c36dc89:disqus Well, we got the hardware first but I see your point. lol

  • Desi_beatz

    when are the US users getting android 2.3 on Samsung Infuse?? this really sucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • I_needHelp

    is the realy 4g becuse i owen it and it is runing of something with a H and has a (  + ) also with a green arrow and a orange arrow