Late in June, a Samsung device carrying the model number SCH-I200 made a stop in the FCC and looked to be headed to Verizon. That phone has popped up again today on Twitter, but this time we're get a look at the phone itself rather than being stuck with the simple outline contained in the FCC filing. The device is also referred to as the Samsung Jasper and, as you can see above, it definitely appears to be Verizon-bound. The Twitter post that leaked the image also shared a few of the SCH-I200's specs, which are said to include a 480x800 display, 1.5GHz dual-core MSM8960 Snapdragon S4 processor, 4G LTE and Android 4.0.
Many of those features are ones that we've heard before, but hey, we aren't going to complain about getting a rundown once again. The I200 also looks to have a set of four navigation keys built into its face, one of which looks to be dedicated to multitasking. There's no word yet on when the I200 Jasper might be launching on Verizon or how much it'll cost when it does, but at least we've got these images and specs to keep us busy for now.