The Samsung R920 graced us with some test pictures back in August but more recently the phone popped up over at FCC where it got its approval. The phone pictured above is allegedly the R920 coming to MetroPCS.

Not much is known about this device; it is rumored to run Android 2.3 Gingerbread, have a WVGA screen of undisclosed diagonal, and a 1GHz single-core CPU to go with the 512MB of RAM. There is a front facing webcam on the front of the phone and the camera at its back is equipped with a single LED flash. It will be the successor of the Samsung Craft (R900) and the Indulge (R910) on the MetroPCS LTE network.

Source: XDA-Developers

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