FCC gives green light to Samsung SCH-i760

The Samsung SCH-i760 smart phone gets FCC approval, indicating that it may be released in the U.S. soon.

We were a little concerned when we didn't see the Samsung SCH-i760 at CTIA this year, but looks like this smart phone will see the light of day. According to Boy Genius Report, the Samsung i760 has been given the FCC stamp of approval, clearing the way for a U.S. release on either Verizon Wireless' or Sprint's network. There hasn't been a ton of information on this device, including specifics on pricing and release date, but we do know it will run Windows Mobile 6 and has a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.0, 128MB of ROM, 64MB of RAM, a microSD card slot, push e-mail, and dedicated number keys on the exterior of the phone. More details to come, I'm sure.

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