The Samsung Galaxy Pocket was spotted in the past, and just like any other device which is about to be ready for some prime time action, it must go through the rigors of FCC testing to make sure that it is fit and ready for use among the masses. We do know that the Galaxy Pocket is a smaller smartphone compared to most of the other handsets out there, including its current flagship, the Galaxy S2. For starters, it will feature a mere 2.8″ display at a rather unimpressive 240 x 320 resolution, running on an 832MHz processor, sporting 3GB of internal memory (now this is definitely an odd number, pun not intended), a microSD memory card slot, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, a 2-megapixel camera at the back, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread with Samsung’s own TouchWiz operating system skin on top. At the FCC, it was revealed that the Galaxy Pocket will feature GSM 850/1900 and UMTS Band V radios, meaning it will play nice on AT&T and other similar networks. No idea on pricing, but the unboxing video should deliver a rather minute box. At least it helps save on packaging, no?

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