It was just yesterday that we got wind of a Sprint device with the model number SPH-L300 thanks to a leaked user agent profile, and tonight the leaks continue with a purported photo of the handset itself. In the image we can see a Samsung-branded phone with a front-facing camera and a trio of navigation keys resting next to a battery with what appears to be "Near Field Communication" written on its label. The source of the photo also rattled off a handful of the device's specs, including a Qualcomm MSM8960 processor, a 480x800 resolution display of unknown size, 4GB ROM, 1GB RAM and a 5-megapixel camera. It's says that this handset will launch with Android 4.0.4 in tow.
Obviously we're still missing a few key details about the SPH-L300, like the clock speed of its processor and the size of its display. The good news is that BriefMobile claims that the phone will be launching in the "near future," so it may not be much longer before all is finally revealed. Good thing we've got this photo to stare at and analyze until that happens. What do you all make of the L300 so far? Are you digging the look of the phone's face?