Did the Samsung Triumph just pass through the FCC?

Did the Samsung Triumph just pass through the FCC?
The FCC has given the green light to yet another handset, and judging by the clues that we managed to spot while digging through the filing, it seems like we are dealing with no other device than the rumored Samsung Triumph.

How do we know? Well, the strongest clue that we came across is the fact that the handset is listed with its SGH-T379 model name, which gets pretty close to the Samsung t379 Triumph that was mentioned in a leaked T-Mobile roadmap not long ago. In case if you are wondering, the device in the filing does support T-Mobile's frequencies and can even run on the carrier's 3G pipelines at theoretical speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps. Some of the other goodies that it sports are a side-sliding QWERTY keyboard, 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth and GPS, though a Wi-Fi radio is sadly missing.

The Samsung Triumph, or whatever its real market name turns out to be, is believed to be a successor to the Samsung Gravity 3 feature phone, and it wouldn't be surprising if we see it sitting on T-Mobile's shelves pretty soon.

source: FCC

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5 Comments

1. som

Posts: 768; Member since: Nov 10, 2009

why Samsung make so many plastic cheap phone while Apple make only 1 the world best phone and sell like candy and save billion of dollars on R&D.

2. laaagfhg unregistered

Because not everyone needs a top of the line $200 phone.

3. derp unregistered

Because Samsung doesn't have a half-retarded cult following of morons who enjoy shiny things.

4. gallitoking

Posts: 4721; Member since: May 17, 2011

actually they do.. they have a gazillions of them salivating for months on a the SGII

5. RORYREVOLUTION

Posts: 3131; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

SGS2 is way better than the iphone.

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