First photos of the Samsung SPH-D600 leak out

First photos of the Samsung SPH-D600 leak out
We first heard about the mid-level Samsung SPH-D600 back in the beginning of May, roughly around the time it had passed FCC testing, but up until now we only knew some specs with no real-world photos to prove them. Folks over at Phandroid, however, have gotten hold of first pictorial evidence of the existence of the Sprint-bound handset.

First off, the Samsung SPH-D600 is a 4G device, which is already good news by itself, and given the relatively low resolution of 320 x 480 of the screen, we’re most probably talking about an affordable handset. A 3.2-megapixel rear camera with LED-flash is on the back, while a 1GHz Snapdragon chip powers the whole Android 2.3.3 show. Initial rumors painted the device as a full QWERTY slider, but it seems that something has changed in the last minute as the pictures don’t hint at any kind of physical keyboard. Would that the lack of a keyboard be a huge dealbreaker? Let us know in the comments below!

source: Phandroid

Thanks, Philip!

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