Samsung R470 Pops Up On FCC Site
Jan 2, 2009, 4:57 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Today new documents seen on the FCC site revealed an unannounced phone from Samsung. The R470 is a dual-band CDMA clamshell with Bluetooth. Photos reveal that the R470 has a dedicated camera key, USB port, microSD slot, dual displays, headphone jack, external control pad, and external speakers. The draft user manual references "easyedge", which is a data service offered by U.S. Cellular.
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My source is www.tcomussc/usb/mp3/wma/usa/fcc.gov.com.org
This phone is CDMA, how can it be used on T-Mobile because i dont think this phone has a GSM verison, and i highly doubt Tracfone would get this.
USCC is getting this.