A new Samsung phone has passed through the FCC today, and based on the radios approved it looks to be headed to AT&T -- possibly as the Galaxy S II Attain, or whatever name they have picked out for this one. Like most FCC documents, all the juicy details are under a confidentiality agreement, but we know for sure this one runs on the 850 and 1900 frequencies, is GSM/GRPS/EGDE/WCDMA/HSPA compatible, and packs a 1500 mAh battery. Then there's the label location diagram, and this one sure looks like the Galaxy S II we all know and love.
Why all the confusion? Well we have seen more than one new Samsung destined for AT&T in the near future -- in a qwerty and non-qwerty version. Safe money says this will be one of them. Or maybe it won't. We do know it's the i927, and someone is now allowed to sell it in the United States. The rest is anyone's guess.