Samsung SPH-L300 Passes Through The FCC On Its Way To Sprint

You may remember the the last time we saw the Samsung SPH-L300 for Sprint, it popped up in a User Agent Profile and later, we even got a glimpse of it in a leaked pic. Looking like a cross between your typical Samsung device, and a Nexus One, the device has also just made a stop by the FCC today, reminding us of its impending release.

In case you needed a refresher, the SPH-L300 featured a few mid-ranged specs — 800×480 resolution display, 5MP shooter, 1GB of RAM — while still finding itself powered by a zippy dual-core Qualcomm S4 processor. Not too shabby, right? Expect entry level pricing when this launches on Sprint sometime in the coming months.

[FCC | PocketNow]

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  • Philip Warren

    I like how the S4 is slowly making it’s way into the low end while still being a high end processor.

    • Chris Chavez

      Hoping this quickly becomes the norm for “entry-level” specs :)

      • Philip Warren



    I can tell you that this phone has NFC. Not too shabby for a low-end.

  • JordanSanchez

    A phone for your wife

  • BigBen7

    pretty nice for an entry level phone. Only downside is the screen resolution… but many probably don’t care about that. The S4 processor in this thing is wicked. Will it support Sprint’s upcoming LTE network?

    • Chris Chavez

      Yeah, should have mentioned that in the post. It’s an LTE device for sure.

      • BigBen7

        Thanks for the update, CC. Always enjoy your late night bloggin’!

  • BlueLetter

    interesting looking device evebn if it’s just because of the big chunk of silver at the bottom

  • JulianZHuang

    the design still better than GN and S3….

    • Marsg

      the nexus is like the best looking device in my perspective , I mean its straight black looks slick + I would rather have software keys

      • No_Nickname90

        Ah… I thought you were talking about the Nexus 1. You have disappointed me. =.[

  • No_Nickname90

    They should have just added that track ball. Then it would have been my 1st Android device all over again. Bought it rooted, so it wasn’t my 1st rooted, but it was the 1st one I changed ROMs on. I can still remember how I used to wonder if Tmo knew I had a rooted phone, and tethering for free without some plan needed.

  • Pnutt916

    Did anybody notice the reflection on the screen? Why is the battery cover off on the Epic Touch that’s taking the pic??

    • Alexander Ramirez


  • Ben Kapferer

    Is it really the Snapdragon S4? For a mid-range phone, I would have expected to settle for an S3.