FCC reveals the Samsung GT-i8000 Windows Mobile smartphone

FCC reveals the Samsung GT-i8000 Windows Mobile smartphone
To tell you the truth, we are really keen on Windows Mobile smartphones. There is nothing like surfing the Web "lightning fast" with the portable version of Internet Explorer, or browsing through your files with the "beautiful" File Explorer. These are truly one in a million, and that is why we treasure every new WM phone that we hear of. Such kind of handset seems to be the GT-i8000, documents of which have been published by FCC. Aside from that, a Wi-Fi certificate of the device has been available for some time now, revealing some tasty details about it. First of all, the GT-i8000 will probably use WinMo 6.1, but we hope that this matter is still open for discussion. What is interesting here is that Cubic37 has been given as a Product name for the phone. This makes us think that in spite of being a WM device, the i8000 might still be incorporating Samsung’s upcoming interface, capable of displaying different homescreens on the sides of a cube (like the S8000). We hope to have more details (or even images!) of this one soon.

source: FCC and Wi-Fi (PDF) via CellPassion

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