The FCC has formally approved the Samsung i7500 smartphone powered by Android.
The version approved is the same announced in April with a 3.2 inch 320Ã—480 AMOLED widescreen touch display, quadband GSM/EDGE with quadband HSDPA support,including UMTS 1700 access for T-Mobileâ€™s 3G network.
The rest of the featureset consists of a 5.0 megapixel camera with flash, autofocus, and video recorder, 8GB of internal memory with an additional microSDHC expansion slot, Wi-Fi radio, and GPS transceiver along with A-GPS support.
Neither Samsung nor T-Mobile have officially announced the device for the US at this time.
4 responses to “FCC Approves Samsung i7500 Android Smartphone”
Will this work on AT&T’s 3G or only on T-Mobile’s?
T-Mobile only from the press release.
Where’s the CDMA version for Sprint?
Samsung is one piece of art. it ‘s really cool