Samsung M910 Passes FCC, Possibly The Moment 2


FCC is always there to save the day when we want to peek a bit further into the future than most manufacturers would like. AndroidCentral took a dive into the FCC pool yesterday and saw a device that looks like it could be a follow-up to Samsung’s Sprint Moment, which enjoyed its success as the biggest selling Android handset in the US for Samsung.


We can’t find much in terms of specs besides the obvious facts that it’ll have a QWERTY keyboard and most likely will ship with Android 2.1 or 2.2 (Froyo). Wishful thinking, it is! An obvious popular favorite would be a 1ghz Cortex-A8 processor, as well as at least 3.5inches of AMOLED (super?) goodness. Will our Android overlords grant us our wish? We should know soon.

[Image courtesy of AndroidGuys]


Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Ships with froyo, WHAT?! I’ll be on that like white on rice

  2. Don’t forget… If this is the Moment 2, it will have DTV tuner, too. A new moment with DTV capability is being tested in teh DC/Baltimore market right now and should be available to the general public as early as sometime in June.

  3. If they dont have a gay 10 dollar charge per month like for the evo, ill be on this like white on rice lmao

  4. I hope this is true and comes out! I get to upgrade from Sprint in September and if this is reasonably priced…Im def gunna take this!!

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