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SkySpring SP-770 approved by FCC

updated 04:05 pm EST, Wed December 20, 2006

SkySpring SP-770 phone

A new Korean phone, the SkySpring SP-770, has recently been approved by the Federal Communications Commission. It's a GSM phone capable of GPRS Internet, but notably, it's missing support for any 3G technologies, including WCDMA. What it does have is a three megapixel camera with side-mounted controls, and a microSD slot which is automatically detected as a USB drive when you use the included cable. Little else is known about the phone -- including prices or release dates -- but it should weigh just 2.7 ounces and measure 0.8 inches thick. [Via MobileWhack]



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