Sprint Samsung SPH-L300 powers between HTC One S and V
The first whisperings about the the Samsung SPH-L300 surfaced back in May when several specifications for the device were outed by a User Agent Profile, and we have already been treated to a first image of the new Android smartphone.
And now according to a report by Pocket Now, the Samsung SPH-L300 has turned up at the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) who have published the handset’s certification paperwork ahead of the Android Ice Cream Sandwich handset’s release.
The guys say that the Samsung SPH-L300 sounds like a mid range smartphone with some decent specs, although its WVGA display stops the SPH-L300 from measuring up with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S3, but the device does have 1GB RAM along with a Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 dual core processor.
Other specs originally mentioned include 4GB on-board storage, LTE connectivity, a 5 megapixel camera, Bluetooth 4.0, and NFC functionality, and apparently measures 12.19 x 6.38 x 1.204cms.
It would appear that the Samsung SPH-L300 looks to be a budget priced handset that is destined to play nice on the Sprint network, but as for just when Sprint is likely to offer the Android handset remains a bit of a mystery for now.