Look at what just passed by the FCC, the Samsung M900 or better known as the InstinctQ.
It’s just been approved by the US regulatory commission, and based on the accompanying documents, comes with CDMA/EV-DO connectivity supporting the previous report that it’ll be headed for a Sprint debut. Aside from that, it’s also confirmed to feature both WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. Once released, this will officially be Sprint's second Android phone after the HTC Hero, but will be their first QWERTY-equipped Android offering and could possibly be the first Samsung branded phone to run on the said platform in the US.
Unfortunately, that’s all we have for now. However, given that it’s gotten the seal of approval of the FCC already, it probably won’t be too long now before we see this baby officially announced in the US.