By Stephen Schenck | October 4, 2011 12:41 AM
Last week, we were finally able to put a proper name to the Samsung i857 Habrok, which we had heard of some time back. We now know to expect the phone to arrive as the Doubletime on AT&T, but even with the name issue worked-out, we still had very little information on the phone. While we knew a few basic specs, we were lacking a robust picture of the Doubletime’s capabilities. That’s beginning to change this week, with the discovery of a somewhat-more-comprehensive spec list for the the Doubletime.
The Samsung Doubletime will be powered by an 800MHz TI processor, and features a three-inch display; we learned last week that it would be HVGA, which makes sense considering its small size. As expected, there’s the support for AT&T’s 3G bands alongside quad-band GSM.
There should be at least two color variants of the Doubletime available, with both white and pink versions in the works.
We’ve still got plenty of unanswered questions surrounding the handset (like if it’s really still supposed to launch with Froyo), and have yet to see any pictures of the phone, but we’re getting there. There’s still no estimate for when the Doubletime might become available.