The Samsung Mandel Windows Phone first popped up on our radar back at the end of December, but aside from an appearance in the FCC in March with the SGH-i667 model number, we haven't heard much about the handset since. That may have changed today, as purported photos of a device referred to as the SGH-i667 has popped up on the forums of Chinese site WPXAP. Up above you can see the device's white backside, and below is a shot of the SGH-i667 in the Zune desktop software, showing the phone's face, AT&T branding and 5.41GB of available storage.
Unfortunately, there's not much more information available about the Mandel outside of what we can glean from these two shots. A previous rumor claimed that the device would be 4G LTE-capable, but we've heard nary a peep as to when (or if) this model may come to market. It's worth noting that CTIA is going down next week in New Orleans, and while Samsung will likely be showing off the next Galaxy device that's due to be introduced later today, it's possible that the Mandel could make an appearance in NOLA as well. Stay tuned.