Samsung i7500 Android-based Smartphone Approved by FCC

16 May 2009 | FCC , Google , Samsung , Smartphone | 2 comments


samsung i7500Looks like Samsung's i7500 Android OS based smartphone has passed the FCC test and is getting ready to be shipped in the States.

Samsung has already announced this device back in April and no new features have surfaced. To recap, the i7500 will be powered by Google's Android OS and will come equipped with a 3.2 inch (320x480 pixels) AMOLED touch widescreen, a 5.0 megapixel camera with autofocus, LED flash and video recording capabilities, 8GB of internal memory and a microSDHC card slot for up to 32GB of extra storage, Wi-Fi and a GPS receiver.

The Samsung i7500 has quadband GSM/EDGE/HSDPA 7.2Mbps and UMTS 1700 access for T-Mobile's 3G network. Neighter of the two companies have made the smartphone official as of yet, but expect an announcement soon.

samsung i7500


by Tom on May 16, 2009

I can't wait for this phone, it looks really great and the features are promising as well. I'd rather have this on T-Mobile than the iPhone on AT&T.

by mike on May 20, 2009

I agree, several features make this phone more attractive than htc. I wish tmobile would get a move on and get the phone to market. And not this fall that would be a slap in the face.