FCC has added a new member to its family – Samsung I708, but don’t imagine that things aren’t more than mysterious. First of all we can notice the slim body and special design which reminds us of Samsung Omnia 7, but the biggest problem is when it comes to the lack of technical details.
From what we can tell at this moment, Samsung I708 runs an unspecified version of Windows Phone, but the rest of the software details aren’t known. So we can’t give you any details about its processor, RAM or ROM memory, not to mention the in-built memory. But as long as the microSD card slot is present, you really don’t have to worry about this aspect.
Looking at the available pictures, we can notice the fact that there are two cameras installed on this handset, a front side one and on the back, there’s another camera with a single LED flash. Other information isn’t once again available, but we can give you some details about the connectivity options among we can mention: – Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a standard 3.5mm headset jack, or a microUSB port. And basic options such as: Calendar, Alarms, or Document Viewer are not forgotten.
The display is a multi-touch one, including a Light sensor and a Proximity Sensor, but you must wait a white for information regarding its resolution or displaying abilities. We can also tell you that the device is powered by a 2,000mAh battery or that its phonebook has a capacity which depends on system memory and contains all the usual features that we need: Caller groups, Search by both first and last name, Multiple numbers per contact, Ring ID and Picture ID. That’s all we know at this moment, but as soon as more news appear you’ll be the first to find out.