A couple of days ago, we showed you the live images and press shots of the upcoming AT&T branded Samsung Focus Flash Windows Phone, which is set to launch by the end of this year along with another Windows Phone called, Samsung Focus S. Good news for everyone waiting for the feature-packed mid-range spec’d Samsung Focus Flash. It’s just made its way through the FCC bearing the model number GT-i8350. It seems that the FCC has done their carrier testing and gave the device blessing to proceed to the U.S. You can clearly see in the above image that FCC has been checking out a device that’s labeled as the GT-i8350 . If you’re looking for any carrier details in the FCC filing, you won’t find them but this one has been destined for AT&T since it has already announced by the carrier.
The Samsung Focus Flash Windows Phone features the following specs.
# Runs Windows Phone 7.5 ‘Mango’ OS.
# 1.5GHz Single-Core MSM8255 Processor.
# 3.7″ Super AMOLED display with 480 X 800 pixels of resolution.
# 5MP rear camera.
# VGA front facing camera.
# 4G HSPA+ connectivity.
# 7 hours battery life.
Coming to price & release date, if you ask us. There is no official word on pricing and availability yet from AT&T since its announcement and unfortunately, FCC filings don’t reveal any information about pricing or availability. You can read all the test results and other classified details at the source link below.