Samsung SPH-L500 Enters FCC
A fairly large Samsung phone has recently passed through the FCC and it’s called the Samsung SPH-L500. The handset is 2.6 inches wide and 5.2 inches high, or slightly smaller than the Galaxy S4. As the 180-day of confidentiality period applies, there’s some off-limit information such as Users Manual, that’s not immediately available.
The phone will enter Sprint’s network as confirmed by supports for LTE band 25 and 850/1900 CDMA bands. Other connectivity options include NFC, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and microSD card. Another stands out feature is the SVLTE (simultaneous voice and LTE), which is something awesome.
There’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8930 dual-core processor under the hood as well as 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The front part of the device features a spacious 4.65” display and 1.9Mp front-facing camera. There are also an 8Mp main camera on the back and the Jelly Bean (Android 4.1.2) that runs the whole show.
However, despite its appearance in FCC, the SPH-L500 is still pretty much in the rumor mill territory, due to the lack of confirmed detailed information.