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FCC approves two new Samsung i900 Omnia variants


Newsbrief by Ricky Cadden on Thursday September 04, 2008.

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The FCC has recently approved two new Samsung cell phones, the i907 and the i910. These appear to be two new versions of the Samsung i900 OMNIA, a touchscreen smartphone that uses the Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional operating system.

The Samsung i910 definitely supports CDMA, which hints at a release on Verizon or Sprint in the U.S. The included sketch looks very similar to the i900, though there are no actual photos in the FCC filing, which you can browse here.

The Samsung i907 has been rumored to be a variant of the i900 headed for AT&T's 3G network, given the inclusion of dual-band WCDMA (850/1900MHz) support. You can look through the FCC filing for the i907 here. [via: PhoneArena]

 

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