Mid-Range Samsung SGH-I547 Stops at FCC Before Launching on AT&T
In addition to some recent mid-range Android smartphones that Samsung has planned for both Sprint‘s and Verizon Wireless’ 4G LTE network, it looks like Samsung is also planning a more budget-friendly number for AT&T in addition to the flagship Galaxy S III that had already launched on the Rethink Possible network. The Samsung SGH-I547 was recently spotted at the FCC and contains both NFC and 4G LTE, HSPA+ as well as 3G radios that are compatible with AT&T’s network.
Unlike the Galaxy Reverb that was leaked for Sprint, this handset’s outline does not appear to share the same industrial design as the Verizon Droid Charge.
There is little information known about the phone at this time. Right know, we do know that the phone will have a memory card slot as well as a WVGA resolution, which matches Samsung’s leaked mid-range offerings for Sprint and Verizon. It’s unclear if the AT&T-bound SGH-I547 will also pack in the same dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 applications processor, which is the same chipset found on the Galaxy S III flagship in the U.S.