Samsung SGH-A847 gets approved by the FCC

Samsung SGH-A847 gets approved by the FCC
AT&T might be the one to pick up the Samsung SGH-A847 which recently got its approval from the FCC. The only items known about the handset so far is that it'll most likely target the entry-level segment and offer the most basic features such as SMS, MMS, email, mobile web, camera, and push-to-talk capable. In trying to decipher what to expect, one can attempt to look at the previous handset in the series – the Samsung Rugby SGH-A837. If there's any indications, it'll probably follow the features put forth on that handset and improve on it ever so slightly. So far there is no official word for a release date, pricing, or carrier availability – but if cheap flip phones are your kind of thing, then just keep this one in mind as it comes under the radar.

source: FCC



1. Mateo8326

Posts: 472; Member since: Jul 15, 2009

Yeah Yeah Yeah we read that about the xperica x10 and where it is now lol?

2. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

Dont keep high hopes on X10 because it is said to be only a mediocre phone (no multi-touch support, android 1.6 stocked). It is a good phone but don't have really high hopes ~ Users find Timescape and Mediascape difficult to use and a lot of its settings are not so user friendly (part of android 1.6's fault)

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