You may remember the Samsung Galaxy S from CTIA last month - the promising phone that was slightly overshadowed by Sprint's WiMAX beast, the EVO 4G. But let's not forget about some of it's powerful specs like the 1GHz processor, 4.0-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, and Android 2.1, just to name a few.
Last week, rumors were afloat that the Galaxy S was headed to AT&T (which you may recall from Aaron's post). The rumors stemmed from the Samsung I897 receiving bluetooth certification and carrying AT&T's standard radio frequencies (GSM/EDGE 850/1900 MHz). And though the specs from the certification were VERY similar to what we know of the Galaxy S, the interesting part is that the model number for the Galaxy S is I9000, not I897 (though I imagine it's entirely possible for different variants to carry different model numbers).
Fast forward a few days, and the Samsung I9000 has shown itself on the FCC website sporting 3G bands indicative of AT&T. However, Engadget is quick to point out (and with good reason) that "Samsung could have just filed the testing paperwork to cover devices headed to Canada and Mexico." In any case, there's a strong chance that we'll be seeing the Samsung Galaxy S showing it's face over at AT&T (Maybe they'll call it the iGalaxyS?) this summer.
But don't despair, there's still plenty of time for another (T-Mobile perhaps) version to make its way through the FCC too. Where would you like to see the Galaxy S? Leave your comments below!