We do know that the Samsung Galaxy W did make its way to the FCC in recent memory, which bears the hallmark of it being released to the masses pretty soon. In that previous story, it was also dubbed the Samsung Exhibit II 4G, but here we are with another revisit to the folks over at the FCC, where this particular variant will sport the model number SGH-T679M while supporting AWS bands.
From the outside, it pretty much looks like your standard Samsung handset, where it was also been slapped with the moniker ‘Ancora’, looking very much the same as the model that was caught in a leaked T-Mobile roadmap earlier in the month. Should the Ancora hit the market, it will reside in the low-end side of things, albeit being a 4G-powered Android device that has a rumored 1.4GHz processor running proceedings from within. Are you looking forward to more affordable 4G devices?
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