Samsung's mystery 2011 Android phone may have been given a name and some early confirmed specs through a DLNA certificate (PDF). A previously unknown device known as the SCH-i510 Stealth V has surfaced with DLNA's media sharing support and has received a handful of specifications in the process, such as 802.11n Wi-Fi. Searching for the phone has likewise validated some details, including a 4.3-inch AMOLED screen and an eight-megapixel camera.
The same reference also points to the phone having "Froyo," or Android 2.2, although it's only likely to have had the OS when it was certified on November 15. Samsung is already known to be using Android 2.3 on the Nexus S and is expected to have the new OS running by the time the Stealth V ships. No mention has been made of a front camera to use 2.3's video chat.
Other details mentioned outside of the DLNA process have pointed to a very thin design with a very high-end level of performance, starting with a 1.2GHz (likely Samsung-designed) processor capable of 1080p video but also bringing 14.4Mbps HSPA 3G. If the two devices are the same, the Stealth V should get an introduction in February, likely at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.