FCC Approves Samsung CDMA Smartphone
Nov 9, 2004, 10:41 AM by (staff)
Documents made public today on the FCC web site offer a glimpse of the Samsung SCH-i640, a new Windows Mobile Smartphone for CDMA networks. The clamshell-style phone will run Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition, and features dual color displays and a full-size SD card slot. The documents include multiple references to Verizon. One document refers to an i645 variant with a camera, although that version was not included in the hardware approved by the FCC. The i640 is the apparent successor to the SCH-i600, Samsung's first Windows Mobile Smartphone, which was released by Verizon in November 2003, and later by Sprint this past September.
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"It ain't broke, it just needs Duct Tape!"
Anyone have any idea when we will be able to buy this phone? (I know, good question... Verizon isn't exactly known for providing us with phones on a timely basis.)
No bluetooth / No buy
This is good BUT...
sch-i640 - tri-mode???