Well, what do we have here. It seems there’s not only a Motorola Android phone in Sprint’s near future, but also a Samsung one. The Samsung SPH-D600 just found its way to the Internet, as always, thanks to Mr. Blurrycam.
We don’t know a lot about the device at this point, but according to the pictures below it’ll probably launch with Gingerbread. Also, word on the street is that it’ll be powered by a Snapdragon processor, have a 480Ã—320 resolution display, and 3.2 MP rear-facing camera with also a front-facing camera.
Looking at the specs, it’s obvious that the SPH-D600 will be aimed at the mid-range section of the market. With that said, it’s interesting that the device has a front-facing camera — a feature still reserved for high-end phones. Just like NFC chips, front-facing cameras could soon become just one of those features like Wi-Fi and GPS that we take for granted. Eventually, we could even see them on low-end phones. We better get used to the idea of video-calling everybody, everywhere, at anytime.
Keep an eye out for the SPH-D600, who knows, we might even catch a glimpse of it at a certain press event that’s coming up.