FCC approves Samsung's SPH-M810, could be Instinct Mini

FCC approves Samsung's SPH-M810, could be Instinct Mini
FCC approves Samsung's SPH-M810, could be Instinct Mini
The FCC in its infinite wisdom, has seen fit to put the check mark in the approval box for the Samsung SPH-M810. FCC approvals happen frequently, so what makes this one so interesting is that this device could be the Instinct Mini. The full sized version has become a huge seller for Sprint and for Best Buy, so why not make a Mini-Me version? As we reported earlier, one difference between the two models that we are hearing about is that the Instinct Mini will run on the slower EV-DO Rev. 0 network. The Instinct Mini appears to be equipped with PTT capabilities, unlike its Big Brother. The expected launch date of April 19th through Sprint has not changed since our initial story.

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4 Comments

1. jason fate

Posts: 1; Member since: Mar 02, 2009

Doesn't QChat REQUIRE EVDO Rev A to function? If so, then either this phone doesnt have PTT, or it WILL be REV A.

2. insider80

Posts: 93; Member since: Jan 26, 2009

the instinct mini isnt PTT its just a stripped down version made basically for kids whose parents dont want to foot the bill for internet usage but the kids cryin for a touch screen

3. OTAN

Posts: 5; Member since: Mar 03, 2009

errr... Instinct Mini is EVDO, like most of Sprint's current high speed smartphones. It wont cost parents a nickel less.

4. insider80

Posts: 93; Member since: Jan 26, 2009

of coarse its evdo but nothing like the smartphones, smartphones are rev a the instinct mini is not, and the reason parents will save money is because the mini doesnt require an everything plan. so yes it will be much cheaper

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