A new, yet unheard of Samsung smartphone has recently received both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certifications. The Samsung SCH-S759 will support CDMA networks, and will run Windows Phone 7.5. So it could be a CDMA-capable version of the recently announced Omnia M.
Unfortunately we don’t know much about the S759 yet. It will have support for Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n in the 2.4 GHz band (no 5 GHz support here), and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR. And… that’s it. Blog of Mobile speculates that the Samsung SCH-S759 could be headed to China Telecom, China’s only CDMA-based carrier.
One way or another, this smartphone will be launched somewhere at some point. As such, we’re expecting more leaked information about it to pop up pretty soon. So stay tuned.
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