The folks over at the FCC have yet another device to play around with – the Samsung SPH-L300 would be the one frolicking with them this time around, having first appeared in mainstream consciousness sometime back in early May. Then, a User Agent Profile for the Samsung SPH-L300 was spotted on the Internet, where it revealed a fair number of its specifications. The FCC has since continued where the Samsung SPH-L300 left off in public since then, where the handset’s certification paperwork has been published, meaning the go ahead is given for a commercial release.

This does seem to be a mid-range device of sorts, offering decent hardware underneath the hood without having to, hopefully, break the bank. Among the core components include a WVGA display that will ensure this Android-powered device is decent enough to use, sporting a dual-core Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 SoC, 1GB RAM, and 4GB of internal memory. It will most likely head towards Sprint as the carrier of choice.

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