You may not remember this— but back in 2011, Samsung introduced a Blackberry-esque smartphone called the Galaxy M Pro. The smartphone came with a full QWERTY keyboard, a 2.66-inch display and Gingerbread 2.3 among the noteworthy features. The device was a mild success to the business professional demographic, so Sammy went ahead and developed a pretty attractive successor behind the scenes and is now seen in all its beautiful glory. Images of a mysterious Ice Cream Sandwich-powered GT-B7810 recently surfaced which features a HSDPA cellular radio, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, a 1,200mAh and Bluetooth 3.0. All of those features are crammed into what looks to be a faux-brushed aluminum or metal finish, complimented by what looks to be a really nice keyboard.
There’s no additional word on when exactly we’ll see the device unleashed into the masses. But then again it probably shouldn’t be too long of a wait— the device already received FCC certification last year, so it should be on shelves sooner than later.
source: Unwired View