The beloved FCC, which is always good to unveil unannounced devices just revealed the Samsung SGH-i617 which is most likely a Windows Mobile smartphone and seems to be the follower of the Samsung SGH-i60x. While no photos are available yet, the outline drawing looks quite similar to the Samsung SGH-i60x aka the Samsung BlackJack.
According to the SAR report, the i617 supports at least HSDPA at 850 and 1900 MHz but the Bluetooth SIG unveiled that the device might support even more GSM and UMTS bands since it claims that the device will has a "Geographic Availability: Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, South America":
Nothing else is known now but if the device appears on the FCC as well as on the Bluetooth SIG, a release can be expected real soon. However, what makes me wonder is the product number. So far, ixx7 was used for AT&T devices (like the i607) which makes me asking if there will be a SGH-i610 for Europe in the pipeline as well?
Cheers ~ Arne