Samsung’s SPH-L500 passing through the FCC, has Sprint connectivity

by: Brad WardApril 6, 2013

Samsung Logo aa 600px 2Samsung’s SPH-L500 has made a visit to the FCC, and it looks like it’s headed to Sprint, as it has a 850/1900 CDMA radio and support for LTE band 25.

The Korean tech giant has not made any hardware official yet, but the FCC filing reveals that the device comes in at 5.2-inches tall and 2.6-inches wide. Details, while minimal, Engadget reports that the device does support WiFi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth and NFC.

Official hardware information was not revealed due to a confidentiality request letter from Samsung. Now that this particular model has made its way through the FCC, it shouldn’t be long before Sprint and Samsung take the red curtains off of this device.

  • 5.2 tall , 2.6 width

    ( 5.2 × 5.2 ) + ( 2.6 × 2.6 ) = 33.8

    √33.8 = 5.8

    So it’s a 5.8 inches phone or phablet

    • Becoming

      Uh, no. Those are roughly the GS4 dimensions, look them up. Physical size also does not directly translate into screen size in the manner that your flawed equation suggests.