Samsung Within, the Galaxy S II for Sprint, gets greenlit by the FCC
0. phoneArena posted on 27 Jul 2011, 02:14
Sprint's version of the Samsung Galaxy S II, codenamed Samsung Within, has seemingly passed the testing claws of the FCC. The SPH-D710 code reveals a device that looks like the Infuse 4G on the back, and has WiMAX connectivity onboard...
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1. galaxxy (unregistered) posted on 27 Jul 2011, 02:19 4 0
Finally after a decade of wait
3. tim343 (unregistered) posted on 27 Jul 2011, 03:01 0 0
Does this mean it will actually come to Sprint before Verizon, contrary to what an earlier phonearena post said?
6. snowgator posted on 27 Jul 2011, 09:05 1 0
Who knows. But all three carriers should have them Within (pun intended) a few weeks of each other.
Does it seem strange to anyone else that the keyboard version of the GS2 is going to AT&T, as opposed to Sprint where the Epic was such a hit?
4. Confussed (unregistered) posted on 27 Jul 2011, 03:57 1 0
Just got the Nexus S 4G but have had my sights on the SGS2. Nexus still in the box and wondering how much longer the new phone will take to surface. I'm hearing that the latest update for the Nexus is breaking tethering although the Sprint memo says Wi-Fi hotspot (which sounds more like apples and oranges). I'm going to have to see what comes out today but I am hopeful tethering isn't broke. If the S2 comes out within my 30 days for $200 or below I will swap out.
5. rwolf1984 posted on 27 Jul 2011, 06:50 1 0
nice...looks a lot better than the AT&T offering with the keyboard.
7. SB7785 (unregistered) posted on 27 Jul 2011, 10:59 2 0
Note that Sprint and Samsung are co-sponsoring the Kansas Music Festival event, which begins August 5th. Possible announce date? Just a guess.
9. Unplugged (unregistered) posted on 28 Jul 2011, 01:08 0 0
I keep hearing from some poster(s) believing the Sprint Within will debut at the "Kansas Music Festival". Really, who outside Kansas is paying attention to the Kansas Music Festival? That's why they make announcements about new phones in New York, LA, San Francisco, maybe even Miami. But Kansas? The population of the entire state of Kansas is closer to 3 million. The population of just L.A. is closer to 9 million. Sprint might be located in Kansas, but how many times have they introduced a phone in that state?