New Samsung Smartphone Slips Through FCC
Oct 4, 2006, 2:53 AM by (staff)
The FCC has approved the Samsung i607, a new Windows Mobile Smartphone which should be coming to Cingular. The i607 is the follow up to the i320, a tiny smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard and horizontal QVGA screen. It improves on its predecessor by adding 3G HSDPA to the already feature-packed device, considering its tiny size. The i607 features quad-band GSM / EDGE as well as the aforementioned 850 / 1900 HSDPA. It also features Bluetooth, a camera and side mounted scroll wheel similar to the Motorola Q. The i320 also includes a MicroSD slot, which is most likely on the i607 as well.
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BTW when are Mobiles manufacturers going to start adding an FM transmitter?