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FCC Approves Samung C6620 Windows Mobile Smartphone

What’s this? Another BlackJack? The Samsung C6620 Windows Mobile smartphone takes on a similar candybar form factor as the BlackJack, but it appears to have some slightly different styling cues.

Among the features on this phone are tri-band GSM, QVGA display, HSDPA support, QWERTY keyboard, 2 megapixel camera, 20MB internal memory, memory card expansion, Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard, and a choice of three colors (Wine Red, Apple Green, and Navy Blue). There is no WiFi or GPS.

For now, the Samsung C6620 is available through Telecom Italia for 199 Euro with contract. It has always passed through the hoops at the FCC, so it could be heading to the States in some way too.

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