Late last month we got wind of a new Samsung-made Android phone for AT&T dubbed the Rugby Smart that was rumored to be arriving on February 18th. Obviously that date came and went without a peep about the device, but today the Rugby Smart is making headlines thanks to the emergence of some leaked renders. On the face of the Rugby Smart we can see Samsung's custom TouchWiz UI along with the some Android navigation keys and what looks to be a front-facing shooter, and around back we've got another camera, this one with a flash.
As far as actual specs go, there's not a lot known about the Rugby Smart. However, the folks at Pocketnow claim that it'll feature a WVGA display, 512MB RAM, HSPA, 1,650mAh battery and Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread. The aforementioned rumor from last month also suggested that the Rugby Smart could launch with a price tag of just $99.99. If that pricing holds true, we can probably expect to find some low to mid-range features on this one, which would line-up with the "entry-level" description of the Rugby Smart that we heard last month. We'll be sure to pass along more details on the Rugby Smart as we get them.