Samsung SCH-R400 shows up at the FCC

Samsung SCH-R400 shows up at the FCC
A phone from Samsung bearing the model number SCH-R400 has made an appearance at the FCC with full frontal and rear photos and is likely to be a dumbphone along the lines of the many offerings from the mobile giant to feature their TouchWiz user interface. 

The Samsung SCH-R400 is a full touchscreen device, and is shown in the photos in a pink body. On the front you will see what appears to be an optical trackpad, and the standard call answer/end keys. There are two other physical keys on the front which look like they are for the speakerphone (or maybe even voice controls) and possibly music. There is a camera on the back with no accompanying flash, and what looks like a headphone jack on the top.

According to the FCC filing, the phone is an 850/1900 MHz CDMA with EV-DO which makes it a likely candidate for Sprint, Verizon or US Cellular in the states. Of course, there is a chance that this phone never comes to the US. There is really nothing else known about this device, but it certainly falls in line with the style signature of Samsung phones that are blessed with the TouchWiz user interface. Tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: Engadget Mobile

Samsung SCH-R400 shows up at the FCC

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