- Jul 18, 2011
Correct me if I'm wrong, but this looks like GSII and a bunch just got uploaded on FCC today - FCC ID: A3LSPHD710
I googled and found that SPH-D710 was released in 2004 or 2005, but this definitely doesn't look like the old slide phone.
I'm not so much keen on radio band and what not, so please don't get pissed if I'm wrong............
BTW, the test report says WiMax and pre-production.
That's what I thought. Also attaching dimension.
the lot missing part is because things like pictures of the device and so forth are usually kept confidential for 6 months from the filing date.You might be seeing the SGH-D710 in your search results, which I think is an older device. I found a reference to the SPH-D710 HERE which talks about a mysterious SPH-D710 topping some Nenamark benchmark. This might be the prototype for Sprint's SGS2.
Good find. There's a lot missing from your typical FCC clearance documents, but something is definitely going on here. This stuff posted up on the FCC site today.
Engadget posted it too via Wireless Goodness. Hurrraaayyyyyyy!!!!! Finally wait seems to be getting over!!
No 800MHz esmr band. :'(
Actually it does have 800MHz ESMR: https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/eas/GetApplicationAttachment.html?id=1509667
So we're getting the Hercules but it's going to be marketed as a GS2 variant?
The Hercules is a GS2 variant.