Tag: FCC

Sony Xperia ZL hits the FCC with AT&T 4G LTE bands, release imminent?

Well Well Well, look what we have here. The Sony Xperia ZL is now going under FCC's microscope carrying 4G LTE bands. The race between high end Android devices such as the HTC One, Galaxy S4 and the ZL is going to be very tight this year. The documents are showing that the Sony device will support HSPA over ...

HTC One X+ hits FCC with AT&T’s 4g LTE bands

A refreshed version of the HTC One X has just cruised through the FCC going under model number PM63100 and sporting AT&T 4G LTE bands. The phone we're speaking about here is the rumored One X+ which has already made appearances in benchmark sites like AnTuTu. It will pack a beefed-up Tegra 3 quad-core chipset ...

Motorola Photon Q cruises through the FCC with Sprint LTE bands

A Motorola device with model number XT897 cruised through the FCC today. Although we can't say for sure what it is, it appears that it's most-likely the upcoming Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE. The device that cruised through the FCC featured an NFC chip and LTE band 25, which is Sprint's 1900MHz band for their new LTE ...

Is the LG Optimus Vu heading to Verizon Wireless?

Those of us that were hoping for Verizon Wireless to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note will have to settle for the oddly-shaped Optimus Vu. Although nothing has been confirmed, a device that appeared to be the Optimus Vu was spotted at the FCC, complete with Verizon's 4G LTE logo, a model number associated with ...

Motorola Atrix 3 cruises through the FCC with AT&T radios

The Motorola Atrix 3 is alive and it's coming to AT&T. After a picture of the device was leaked last week, it has now paid a visit to the FCC. Today, the Motorola Atrix 3, model number MB866 here in the States, made its way through the FCC with support for AT&T's 4G LTE network. According to the FCC filling, the ...

T-Mobile Galaxy Note cruises through FCC, will it launch on July 11?

If you had any doubts that the Samsung Galaxy Note was going to come to T-Mobile, this FCC filing will change your mind. Using model number SGH-T879, the Note has cruised though the FCC sporting T-Mobile's 850MHz and 1900 MHz bands. Not only that but the files also indicate that there will an NFC antenna on the ...

AT&T variant of the Galaxy S III cruises through the FCC

If you had any doubt that AT&T will launch their own version of the Galaxy S III, this latest FCC filing of Samsung will change your mind. The SGH-i747 has paid a visit to the Feds and was approved for AT&T-compatible HSPA+ and LTE bands. Unfortunately, this filing is not telling us when Ma Bell customers will get ...

Samsung Galaxy Beam hits FCC with AT&T bands

The Galaxy Beam was announced less than a month ago without Samsung saying when it will be available in the U.S.. It looks like we won't be waiting for too long because the Beam has just cruised through the FCC sporting AT&T's 1900MHz and 850MHz bands. What differentiate this phone from others is that it has a ...

Samsung’s Mini-Me Galaxy Pocket passes through FCC with AT&T bands

Samsung never ceases to surprise us. While some of the reviews out there complained that the Galaxy Note was too big with its 5.3-inch display, how about a phone with a tiny 2.8-inch display, will it be too small? It is called the Galaxy Pocket and has cruised through the FCC with AT&T's GSM 850/1900 and UMTS ...

LG Optimus 3D Max cruises through FCC with AT&T bands

The LG Thrill 4G didn’t quite make the impact that either LG or AT&T had anticipated; owners of the device had to wait over a year for a Gingerbread update. Hoping to avoid the same fiasco, it looks like Ma Bell and LG are going to give it another shot with the upcoming LG Optimus 3D Max which has just cleared ...

AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD cruises through FCC

AT&T and Samsung announced the Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD at CES without giving us an actual release date. When released, this phone will be AT&T's third variant of the Galaxy S II. As far as we know, the only difference between this phone and the OG Skyrocket is that it will sport a 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD ...

It’s official: U.S. Cellular announces the Samsung Galaxy S II

The U.S. Cellular variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II has hit the FCC a month ago pointing at an imminent release. It didn't take too long because Samsung and U.S. Cellular announced today that the Samsung number one selling phone will hit the regional carrier soon. The U.S Cellular version of the Galaxy S II ...

Samsung Galaxy Note stops by the FCC with AT&T LTE bands

The Samsung Galaxy Note has stopped by the FCC for the second time as an AT&T phone/tablet. Although it has been out for a while in Europe, many of us here in the U.S. are anxious to get our own variant. The Samsung SGH-I717 FCC documents confirm the large 5.3-inch 1280 x 800, 146.85mm x 82.95mm, display as well ...

U.S. Cellular Samsung Galaxy S II variant hits FCC

The Samsung SCH-R760 for U.S. Cellular has just cruised through the FCC with CDMA/EVDO 850 and 1900 bands. This device also got FCC approval for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities. The SCH-R760 has already made an appearance on U.S. Cellular's internal systems, going under the Galaxy S II name. The nation sixth ...

Samsung Galaxy Note cruises through the FCC with AT&T flavors

I know that there are a lot of you who are waiting for the Galaxy Note to drop in the U.S. and it may not take that long guys, because this giant phone/tablet has just paid a visit to the FCC carrying AT&T's GSM 850/1900 and WCDMA bands II and IV bands. Here is a quick reminder about the G-Note specs: ...

Motorola DROID 4 cruises through FCC with Verizon LTE bands?

I don't know about you but I know that there are people out there who would only buy a phone if it has a keyboard. Although the Droid 3 was a great device, the lack of 4G LTE antennas made a lot of Droid fans skip it and wait for the next best thing aka Droid 4. The D4 was leaked back in October and it is rumored ...

Motorola Droid Xyboard cruises through the FCC with 4G LTE radios on deck

The successor to the Motorola Xoom is almost here. Although Verizon hasn't officially announced the tablets yet, the Xyboard 8.2 and Xyboard 10.1 made their way through the FCC today. Both the Xyboard 8.2 (FCC ID IHDP56MJ2) and Xyboard 10.1 (FCC ID IHDP56MF1) received FCC approval for Verizon's CDMA/EvDO 800/1900 ...

Samsung Galaxy Nexus cruises through FCC with AT&T bands

With Verizon having exclusivity on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, many AT&T customers have been wondering when their favorite carrier will launch it. According to FCC filings, a Samsung G-Nex with model number GT-i9250T has just cruised though FCC with AT&T's GSM 850, GSM 1900, WCDMA II and IV bands. As you all ...

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