It looks like Samsung just had an FCC submittal party, and I'm guessing the event is in preparation for the launch of the three phones that have just shown their pretty little labels. The Samsung GT-I5801, GT-S8500L, and SPH-M910 have now passed the FCC-required testing and are all but ready to launch this summer (let's hope). In addition to passing the FCC, several of the devices have also received Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Alliance certification and have user agent profiles (UAProf) available to give up just enough detail to keep us begging for more. Below you'll find the three phones along with as much information as we've managed to compile on each of them. Enjoy!
The Samsung GT-I5801, which has been called the Galaxy 3, is the one phone of the three that seems to have passed all the hurdles necessary to come to market. It has certifications from the Wi-Fi Alliance, Bluetooth SIG, a UAProf directly from the Samsung website, and of course FCC clearance. Here are some of the details about the phone that we know from the aforementioned sources: the GT-I5801 is an Android-based device with an ARM11 processor (which means we're talking 800MHz to 1GHz+ CPU speed) and will be headed to one (or both, i suppose) of the two GSM-based carriers in the US. It comes equipped with Bluetooth 3.0 and is capable of Wi-Fi b/g/n. Above you'll see an outline of the GT-I5801 courtesy of the FCC. Feel free to check out all the links within the text for more detail.
The Samsung GT-S8500L is a rather new device on the scene. It has recently received Wi-Fi Alliance certification for IEEE Standard 802.11 b/g/n, a UAProf in its name has been created by Samsung, and along with the rest of the devices in this piece it has cleared the FCC. The UAProf for this device is a little more telling than for the GT-I5801. This phone sports a Cortex-A8 processor (600MHz to 1GHz+), has 480x800 screen resolution (perhaps 3.5-inch+ screen?) and is also a GSM device. Interestingly, the web browser mentioned in the UAProf is "Dolfin." To my knowledge (which may not be saying a whole lot) the only browser with such a name is actually "Dolphin," and is available for Android, so I'm assuming this must be an Android device as well.
The third device, the Samsung SPH-M910 may actually be familiar to you, as it is suspected to be the successor to the Samsung Moment, hence it's being called the Samsung Moment 2. According to the FCC, the SPH-M910 is a CDMA (probably Sprint) device with Bluetooth, aGPS, MP3 Player, Android (OS 2.1 according to AndroidGuys), 3MP auto focus camera (a little weak compared to newer devices), and a full QWERTY slider keypad. The device has received Wi-Fi Alliance certification and supports IEEE Standard 802.11 b/g. Leaked images of this device are already in existence as you'll see from above, and my best guess (even though it's running Android 2.1) is that we're looking at more of a mid-level smartphone, though a reputable one at that.
That's all for now folks, but summer is fast approaching and you can be sure all sorts of goodies will be clearing the FCC in the days/weeks/months to come in preparation for their impending launches. Anyone getting excited, or were you waiting for something more Desirable? Sound off below!