Samsung 'Godiva,' possible Stratosphere III, passes FCC tests

Samsung 'Godiva,' possible Stratosphere III, passes FCC tests

There are lots of things to assume in regards to the Samsung smartphone codenamed "Godiva," most famously that its launch could be approaching, if recent FCC filings are proof of anything.

The Samsung Godiva was identified by the FCC on Tuesday, having been put through the requisite tests that indicate it could possibly be released soon.

This despite the fact that Samsung has yet to even acknowledge Godiva's existence - much less admitted it's actually the Stratosphere III.

That's another assumption, true, but it's one that's grounded in evidence.

Flying colors

The FCC test results said the Samsung Godiva is going to be compatible with CDMA and LTE and show GSM roaming and NFC, an attribute that was hinted at in previous leaks.

Beyond that everything that's known about the Godiva originated in various leaks, such as Godiva photos that popped up in mid January.

According to these leaks, Godiva's specs includes a Qualcomm 1.4GHz Snapdragon MSM8960 chip and Adreno 305 graphics, a 1280x720 display, and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.

Godiva = Stratosphere III

What's really interesting concerning the Samsung Godiva, though, is it is almost certainly the following device in Samsung's "Stratosphere" type of mid-range phones (community . lacks the QWERTY in the Stratosphere II).

The original Stratosphere went by the model number SCH-I405, as the Stratosphere II, launched inside fall, went by SCH-I415.

And the Godiva? SCH-I425. So either the Samsung Godiva is usually the Samsung Stratosphere III, or Samsung must rethink its process for assigning model numbers to devices.

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