Samsung Galaxy Blaze Q Passed By FCC

Posted on 15 Jul 2012 at 5:37pm

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q has passed the FCC testing standards and is ready to move towards its destination: T-Mobile.

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze Q

The official statement did not mention much about the phone or its features except a few details about its radio bands. These radio bands are quite naturally AWS, GPRS 850 and 1900 matching that of T-Mobile. In spite the fact there was no official confirmation, in what concerns the features of the phone.

The Samsung Galaxy Blaze Q (SGH-T699), will have a display of 720p. Qualcomm’s S4 dual-core 1.5 GHz processor will be providing the processing power at the heart of this phone. The phone will also have a stock ROM of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and 1 GB of RAM.  Samsung has been releasing the QWERTY keyboard late and the ‘Q’ in the Galaxy S Blaze Q could very well suggest that this baby will also have a full QWERTY keyboard albeit with a slide out feature.

The Samsung Galaxy Blaze Q is destined to make a store appearance on August 15th. That is of course if it does not get embroiled in any sort of legal or other issues. TmoNews’ have reportedly got access to some of the earliest pictures of this baby and the design definitely looks like something that has been inspired by the Samsung Galaxy S III.

The phone is reported to have a 5-megapixel rear camera. However in spite of the silly overly long name, the highlight of the phone is definitely the serious looking 5 row full QWERTY keypad, which is going to dominate the phone when full expanded.

For the users who prefer a physical keyboard rather than a virtual one, this phone should definitely be one to look out for.