Quietly snaking its way past the FCC is a new Windows Mobile-powered cellphone from none other than Samsung. The photos look kind of familiar, but we’re not sure. It goes by the name Samsung i907, but we’re thinking it’s really something we’ve already seen before.
Knowing full-well how Samsung likes to keep it very high-end these days, this new WinMo pocketable probably has 3G and HSDPA network support, built-in Wi-Fi and some kind of high-megapixel camera.
Until we can finally get the low-down on this phone, though, we’re calling all we’ve said rumors. More details on this as we get them.
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