The Samsung i927 is not a fake phone or a rumor – not when it has arrived right in front of the FCC’s doors, with proper documentation confirming its existence. The Samsung i927 does seem to resemble the Galaxy S II somewhat, but in the FCC filing, there was very little revealed about the smartphone apart from it being a QWERTY slider in a landscape format, not to mention AT&T being the most likely carrier to feature this smartphone.
Some say that this could very well be the Samsung Attain that has been making the rumor rounds for months, relying on the standard 850/1900 bands for WCDMA and HSPA. Since it has already arrived at the FCC, it goes without saying that the smartphone is well on its way to hitting the retail market. Expect to see more on the Samsung i927 rear its head in days to come.
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