After debuting in February and expected for a Q2 release before disappearing off the map, Samsung’s SGH-i320 has resurfaced. Some photos posted on Akihabra News show two slightly different versions of the SGH-i320, one with a keypad redesign similar to the Motorola Q’s keypad. Also like the Q, the SGH-i320 sports Windows Mobile 5.0. Price points and availability are unknown at this time, but the general consensus is that it’ll be out in time for the holiday season. More detailed stats and some large pictures after the jump.
Keyboard: full QWERTY
OS: Windows Mobile 5.0
Network: GSM 900, 1800 and 1900MHz networks with EDGE and GPRS support (UMTS unknown at this time)
Memory: 120mb onboard with microSD/transflash memory slot
Screen: 2.2″ QVGA LCD
Dimensions: 11.5 mm thin
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.0 support
Here’s a .pdf link to Samsung’s FCC patent application.