Friday, 12 April 2013

Sprint's Samsung InstinctQ Clears the FCC

Samsung InstinctQ (also known as Samsung M900) just passed the FCC's
approval and is on its way to being officially announced on Sprint, with
a lot of interesting features, other than its sleek looks.

First leaked back in July, the Android powered handset comes with a
design that reminds us of the HTC G1, packs a slide-out full QWERTY
keyboard (the company's first ever to feature one) and a pretty large
touchscreen display. Connectivity wise, it comes with the standard that
includes Bluetooth and Wi-Fi b/g, and, more to it, the new Samsung
InstinctQ will run on Sprint's CDMA/EVDO network.

Following to the success of the Instinct M800, Instinct S30 and Instinct
HD, and adding to their Android smartphones (that's the second) lineup,
Sprint is really confident that their new Samsung InstinctQ will be a
hot seller when released. And speaking of a release date, rumors have it
that it's either going to be October 11th or sometime early in November.

There's no price leak as of now, but we'll make sure we update you when
there's more official info.
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