Samsung SPH-M930 is one step closer to reality as it passes through the FCC

Samsung SPH-M930 is one step closer to reality as it passes through the FCC
Inching ever closer to an inevitable reality, Boost Mobile’s upcoming Samsung SPH-M930 has made its way to the FCC – thus,  following protocol in slowly coming to market.

Obviously, this is going to be one interesting handset for the prepaid carrier, especially when it’s the first time we’re seeing an Android powered smartphone using that all to prevalent landscape QWERTY sliding form factor. In fact, it’s slightly more compelling than their previous Android offerings, which include the recent Samsung Galaxy Prevail and the forgettable Motorola i1.

However, it’s worth noting that this one doesn’t support iDEN’s walkie-talkie feature, but it’s verified to feature an HVGA touchscreen, 2-megeapixel camera, and a 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8655 Snapdragon processor.

Needless to say it’s just the next step in finally becoming a reality, but we’re sure that customers are going to be more curious about its pricing and release. Well, let’s just hope that we won’t long before that’s all known.

via Engadget

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