From the FCC, Phone Scoop have caught some more news of the so far unannounced but speculated Samsung i770, a - well let's say odd looking Pocket PC Phone Edition device, which is a clamshell kind of Pocket PC. The most interesting part, beside the odd design, is the way the "butterfly" keyboard is utilized since it reminds pretty much on a Sony Ericsson M600 keyboard that has two letters per key, pressing the left half of the key will input one letter while pressing the right will trigger the other.
Beside this special keyboard design, the other features are pretty common since it is expected to feature a rotating 2 megapixel camera with flash, includes Bluetooth, microSD, an external color display and a jog-wheel for scrolling and for media playback control when the phone is closed.
According to previous FCC filings, the Samsung SGH-i770 is a tri-band (900/1800/1900) GSM/EDGE only device (without support for U.S. GSM 850 nor W-CDMA/UMTS support) running Windows Mobile for Pocket PC.
Neither a release date, nor an estimated retail price is known yet.
Cheers ~ Arne