The FCC has approved the successor to the venerable Samsung Ace dual-mode CDMA/GSM smartphone sold by Sprint.
The Samsung SPH-i350 is an evolution of the Ace design and features substantial improvements over the previous device such as EVDO Rev. A and single band HSPA data access, quadband GSM/EDGE access, Wi-Fi radio and Bluetooth with stereo audio support.
PhoneNews.com can confirm that the above device is the Ace II first revealed in March as part of Sprint’s internal roadmap and will also feature Windows Mobile 6.1. The device is also expected to feature a 3.0 megapixel camera with video recorder and autofocus with a release slated for later in the year.