updated 10:30 am EST, Wed January 17, 2007
Samsung Ultra Music at FCC
Samsung's recently unveiled Ultra Music phone is all but certain to arrive at Sprint, according to a recently completed FCC filing. The approvals show the clear dual-sided outline of the Korean-made music phone, which features a large display on one face for audio playback and a smaller display on the reverse for phone-only tasks. The documents also reveal its eventual provider, Sprint. Named only the F300 in its native Korea, the Ultra Music in the FCC filing is named the SPH-M620, a title only applicable to the American cell provider Sprint. The carrier launched its SPH-M610 phone late last year.
Also confirmed in the submission are the phone's support for Bluetooth, which requires the 2.4GHz frequency listed in the filing, and a dual-band CDMA radio that works with both 850MHz and 1900MHz cell towers. The Ultra Music is also known to contain a 2-megapixel camera, 100MB of internal flash memory, and an FM radio. No official launch information has been leaked, though full details of the FCC filing will be ready in March, suggesting a mid-spring launch. A photo from the application betryaing the Ultra Music's outline is available after the jump. [via Phone Scoop]