One of Samsung's numerous new touch-screens just got leaked (again). The S8000 is a full touch-screen with 3.1-inch WVGA display that is of the super-bright, high-clarity AMOLED variety to boot.
Codenamed Cubic, it runs on Samsung's next-gen TouchWiz user interface (as seen in earlier music phones S5230, Beat Edition and Beat DJ), a 3D UI fully customisable with various useful widgets.
Other specs include Wi-Fi, A-GPS, Bluetooth, a media player with the happy addition of a 3.5mm audio jack, five-meg camera with autofocus, and a nice little stash of 2GB internal memory.
All this is packed into a slim tablet body clocking in at 109x53.5x12mm. According to Unwired View, it's the first of three in the Cubic line to be launched ‘in the near future'. S8000 will run Samsung's OS, while the next will be smartphones on one of the popular OSes.