Samsung SPH-L300 smartphone spotted at FCC, heading to Sprint

July 19, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A new device from Samsung’ stable was recently popping up here and there triggering a lot of rumors in the tech gadget news circles of internet.

christened in a typical Samsung model name code SPH-L300, the upcoming smartphone first made a sudden appearance in a User Agent Profile, then in a leaked picture which spotted the device hot in the wild.

However, now more reliable clues have emerged about the device as the upcoming phone form Samsung has passed through the gates of the apex body in the telecommunication sector in the country – the Federal Communications Commission.

According to the documents available from FCC, the device from Samsung has got the necessary approval from FCC, hinting that the phone is now free to hit the markets any time.

From the leaked pictures it was seen that the rig looks something like a mixture of a typical Samsung smartphone and a Nexus One.

Though the FCC documents do not give us very clear details about its specs and other features, it is hinted the rig may head to Sprint.

Moreover, as per earlier leaks, the new smartphone from Samsung is expected to have specs which will suit the mid-level smartphone markets, so don’t expect sky breaking display resolutions and blaze pace processor chip here.

Leaks so far suggest that the device may be packing an 800 x 480 resolution display and a 5 megapixel camera on its rear. 1 GB of RAM will be enough for this mid-range device to run the show smoothly when coupled with a dual core Qualcomm S4 processor.

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