A handful of Samsung handsets pass WiFi Certification, might debut at MWC 2012

A handful of Samsung handsets pass WiFi Certification, might debut at MWC 2012

Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona kicks off in less than two weeks. As you would expect, there is a bunch of discussion surrounding new devices that may or may not make their first appearance. We’re not sure if any of these new handsets will be introduced in the next couple weeks, but three new Samsung devices have product ID’s and are ready for speculation.

Below, we’re looking at the Wifi Certifications for the SGH-T999, SPH-L710 and the SGH-I535. One conclusion to be made regarding the SGH-T999 could be the previously mentioned Galaxy S Blaze 4G. A beast on the spec sheet, could this be the latest big and bad Android to grace the shelves at T-Mobile? There’s a chance we could find out in a couple weeks at the Mobile World Congress.


We’ll do our best to keep you informed of the latest news as things pick up towards the opening of MWC 2012.

Thanks to our wonderful friends @Androinica for this information.

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