Samsung Innov8 with AT&T 3G support approved by the FCC
2009 looks promising for AT&T customers, at least when it comes to high-end camera phones. After FCC’s approval of Sony Ericsson C905a, now it’s time for another 8MP camera phone to pass the Federal Communication Commission’s tests.
I’m talking about Samsung i8510 Innov8, which was approved under the name of Samsung i8510M. Unlike the original version of the phone, the i8510M comes with support for North American 3G networks (850 / 1900 MHz), thus it’s ready for a release via AT&T.
There’s nothing official about this at the moment, but the Samsung slider could hit AT&T’s stores in early 2009, at about the same time with the already mentioned C905a.
Running on Symbian S60, Samsung Innov8 has lots of advanced features besides the 8MP autofocus camera, including a 2.8 inch QVGA display with 16 million colors, accelerometer, GPS, Wi-Fi, TV out and 8GB (or 16GB) of internal memory.