Another day, another device arrives at the FCC for inspection, and this time around it would be the Samsung SPH-L500 that is on the receiving end. It seems that the Samsung SPH-L500 is well on its way over to the market, especially when it has already arrived at the FCC for further inspection and subsequently, approval of course. This Sprint-bound Samsung handset has already picked up its FCC stripes, where it is noted that it will arrive with CDMA/EV-DO connectivity on board, in addition to 4G LTE band 25 support, and when probed further, that would refer to it being Sprint’s preferred flavor of LTE.
Other available features on the Samsung SPH-L500 would be Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity, in addition to support for Simultaneous Voice and LTE (SVLTE). Engadget has taken note of the Samsung SPH-L500’s dimensions, where it measures 133mm x 68mm wide, which would make it slightly smaller than the Samsung Galaxy S3, with the general public having nothing else to do except to sit and wait for an official announcement.