Samsung GT-B7810 QWERTY smartphone caught at the FCC

Samsung GT-B7810 QWERTY smartphone caught at the FCC

Samsung GT-B7810 has been caught at the FCC all in its QWERTY glory. The device is seemingly a successor of the Galaxy M Pro, sporting a HVGA screen, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi connectivity, 1200mAh battery and a microSD memory card slot. We’re not sure which processor the B7810 uses nor what kind of camera it has. I would say it has a 2- or 3-megapixel camera sensor, but you never know. We also have no idea when Samsung will officially announce this QWERTY candybar nor which carriers will offer it. The way I see it, the GT-B7810 is well suited for the prepaid carrier offerings and shouldn’t cost more than $150. We’ll see…

[Via: SammyHub]

  • Anonymous

    I always thought that phones like these will help Android smartphone makers get BlackBerry addicts switch.

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