We previously seen pictures of the Samsung Gt-i8700 before, and now more pictures (including disassembly) of this phone have surfaced, thanks to the folks over at the FCC, hopefully a sign that we’ll be seeing this phone in US stores soon. The i8700 has been touted as the Omnia 7 and will obviously be powered by Windows Phone 7. The FCC reports confirm that the phone will support the GSM/EDGE 850/1900 bands and also the WCDMA bands II and V, making it suitable for AT&T. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi support are also included, and it will be powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor. One thing that seems different is that it will feature an internal memory that is soldered onto the device’s main board, unlike most WP7 devices out there that use microSD cards for storage.
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