The bad news is that, for the moment, the FCC doesn’t mention anything about the Pixon12 featuring US 3G, so if you somehow manage to buy it, you’ll probably be using it on the GSM/EDGE US frequencies only (850/1900 MHz).
Even so, the Pixon12 M8910 is a great handset – at least for those who want their touchscreen phone to have a 12MP camera with autofocus, Xenon flash and wide 28mm lens.
Another Samsung phone approved by the FCC today is the SGH-A886.
We don’t know much about this Samsung A886, but it might be headed to AT&T – perhaps as a slightly different Solstice A887?
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