The FCC has put the wheels in motion for Boost Mobile to officially add the Samsung SPH-M930 to their line up. Thanks to a nod from the FCC, customers hating contracts and loving keyboards will soon be able to step into the world of Android, an OS that Sprint’s subsidiary has barely acknowledged (the Samsung Prevail and Motorola i1 being the documented exceptions).
There’s no support for iDEN’s walkie-talkie, this device will come stock with Android 2.3, along with a 1GHz MSM8655 CPU, and an HVGA screen. We’re not quite sure why Samsung decided against using its homegrown 1GHz Hummingbird S5PC110 CPU, but as we all know it is more
concerned about pricing and availability rather than brain of the gadget.
So on price isn’t FCC’s job, we’ll have to wait for another leak of price to know how much we must pay to get along with this android, indeed.