FCC approves Samsung InstinctQ M900, launch is next?

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FCC approves Samsung InstinctQ M900, launch is next?
The FCC gave a test to the Samsung InstinctQ M900, and the Android powered touchscreen handset passed. Now, the phone graduates to its launch for Sprint, expected soon. The trip to the Feds revealed that the unit will have CDMA/EV-DO connectivity, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The picture gives us a little more info, like the landscape sliding QWERTY keyboard that graces the device. We also expect the model to have a full HTML browser and memory expansion using the microSD slot. Still not revealed is a definitive launch date or pricing info, but we would expect a launch just before the holiday shopping season gets rolling in earnest.

Samsung InstinctQ M900 Preliminary Specifications

source: UnwiredView


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