FCC approved a Samsung Pixon with AT&T-friendly 3G
The first evidence for this were the spy photos of the Samsung Memoir, which looks like it’s going to be offered by T-Mobile. Now, it is AT&T fans’ turn to cross their fingers, since a version of the Samsung Pixon (knows as M8800L), supporting the 3G bands of the carrier (850/1900 MHz) has been approved by the FCC. There is no information if it is improved (the Memoir seems to have a Xenon flash) yet. However, this should not worry the users, since this phone will be a giant step forwards for cameraphone fans… if, of course, it becomes available.
You can learn more about the European version from our full review.
Thanks Kevin, Carlos!
1. vzw fanman (Posts: 1971; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)
it looks cool. is the demand for touchscreen phones high?
3. C-Chicki (Posts: 32; Member since: 03 Sep 2008)
Thats all I ever hear from customers is that they want touchscreen. Its disturbing when you get a 80 year old grandmother that can barely drive and use a computer and she wants a touchscreen phone. Grandma's going to be the biggest pimp at bingo night.
5. Charlie (unregistered)
It's highly unlikely in my thoughts. T-Mobile will probably get the Memoir, but I don't think AT&T will get the Pixon just because it comes in a US version. If that were the case, I think they would have picked up the N95, N96, K850, and so on.
6. Jyakotu (Posts: 814; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)
It would be nice if AT&T got this phone as an alternative to the iPhone.