HTC Sensation XL Heading to AT&T?

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We are fairly certain that tomorrow’s HTC event will be an announcement regarding the HTC Sensation XL, a device that originally was known as the Sensation XE and HTC Runnymede. It’s a phone that features a massive 4.7-inch display, a single-core 1.5GHz processor, as well as Beats Audio support. It is also rumored to possess […]

HTC Holiday Primed to Hit AT&T’s 4G LTE Network

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We’ve been waiting and waiting for a sign indicating progress in AT&T’s quest to launch a 4G LTE smartphone and finally, today, it appears that we have our sign. It would appear that the upcoming 4G LTE compatible HTC Raider aka HTC Holiday, has passed through the American FCC on its way to Ma Bell’s […]

HTC Radar 4G with Windows Phone Mango Gets Closer to Launch on T-Mobile

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Yesterday, we saw the first photos of the recently announced HTC Radar in the wild with T-Mobile branding. And today, we have now learned that the HTC Radar 4G, as it will be called on T-Mobile, has passed through the FCC on its way to the Magenta carrier’s HSPA+ network. The FCC filing doesn’t provide […]

Samsung Focus S Windows Phone Mango Stops Over at FCC en Route to AT&T

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On its way to landing on U.S. carrier AT&T, the Windows Phone 7 Mango-powered Samsung Focus S has stopped over at the FCC for a brief layover for regulatory approval. The device is considered one of the most feature-rich Windows Phone Mango devices on the market and it will differentiate itself from other offerings with […]

AT&T’s Motorola Edison, Atrix HD Won’t Come With 4G LTE?

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With rumors swirling about a successor to the Atrix, which we’ve lovingly referred to as the Atrix HD in the past, for AT&T, we are now saddened to learn that the forthcoming device’s FCC regulatory filing in the U.S. makes no mention of 4G LTE network support. A recent filing for a device called the […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Headed to T-Mobile?

Galaxy Tab 10.1 for T-Mobile?

Currently, the Samsung Tab 10.1 is available in two flavors. A Wi-Fi only version and a 4G LTE version that calls Verizon home. For those not satisfied with either of those flavors, it appears that there will be another on the way soon as a device that appears to be a Galaxy Tab 10.1 has […]

HTC Vigor Gets Closer to Launching on Verizon’s 4G LTE Network

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The HTC Vigor has been right up there the Nexus Prime and Droid Prime on the wish lists of those looking to get a superpowered Android smartphone. Thing is, concrete details are still a bit scarce. Sure, we’ve seen some rumored specs, a possible release date and some photos leak out but we haven’t seen […]

Samsung Galaxy S II LTE Might Be Headed to AT&T

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Yesterday, Canadian carrier Rogers began taking pre-orders for a device called the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE, a device that those living in the Great White North are probably elated about. Unfortunately, and as we saw at Samsung’s Galaxy S II launch event in New York City, a 4G LTE Galaxy S II is not […]

Is This the LG Revolution 2 Skipping Through the FCC?

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If you love diagrams and want to know what the LG Revolution 2 might look like, the FCC has you covered with a collection of sketches for the LG VS920. The LG VS920 waltzed through the FCC this week showing off Verizon 4G LTE connectivity and plenty of reasons to think that this is the […]

Samsung Hercules for AT&T, T-Mobile Passes Through FCC

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As we’re approaching August 29th, a date set aside by Samsung as their official unveiling of the Galaxy S II smartphone, we’re seeing FCC filings for two un-released devices for U.S. GSM carriers AT&T and T-Mobile USA. The first device has a model number of T989 and is the Samsung Hercules, a model that’s been […]

FCC: Motorola Bringing a Little Fire and Spice to AT&T?

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A new Motorola Android smartphone was spotted at the FCC with support for AT&T’s 3G bands, suggesting that the device may eventually arrive on the U.S. carrier. The device bears the same form factor and shape as the Motorola Fire XT in Europe and Spice XT in Asia, though it’s unclear what name or branding […]

Pantech Gearing Up to Debut New 4G LTE Android Phone on Verizon

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Though not a lot of information is known about the new Pantech 4G LTE smartphone, codenamed the Pantech Apache, the handset is recently spotted over at the FCC for U.S. regulatory approval for use on Verizon’s wireless CDMA and LTE spectrums. The device has a model numberĀ ADR8995, and at this point in time it’s unclear […]

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet Flies Through the FCC Ahead of Launch

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We know that there are more than a few of you are jazzed about Lenovo’s upcoming ThinkPad Android tablet. In fact, after spending some serious hands-on time with it, we’re pretty excited ourselves and that’s why we’re thrilled to see that the tablet appears to be on schedule for that planned August 23rd release date […]

FusionGarage Readies JooJoo’s Android Successor Through the FCC

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FusionGarage, the maker of the JooJoo tablet after a public dispute with TechCrunch over the CrunchPad partnership, may be readying an Android successor to its original web-based proprietary tablet. A schematic of the device is seen going through the FCC for regulatory approval, and the rendering shows a ‘Grid 10′ name on the rear side […]

AT&T’s Galaxy S II Variant Passes Through FCC, Launch Imminent

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It looks like at least one of the two iterations of the Samsung Galaxy S II superphones is now hitting the FCC for regulatory approval. The device comes complete with AT&T-compatible HSPA bands, which means that this ’4G’ smartphone can be used on the carrier’s HSPA+ network when launched, which is fine as 4G LTE […]

CDMA HTC Wildfire S Gets FCC Approval

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It looks like in addition to T-Mobile USA‘s version of the HTC Wildfire S, HTC is also making a CDMA variant which was seen getting U.S. regulatory approval at the FCC. The Wildfire S could be considered a mid-range handset and could essentially fill the spot of the Androi-powered Hero that was launched several years […]

Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy S II Passes FCC with WiMax on Board

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A short time ago we learned that Verizon’s variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II might be coming with 4G LTE and now, we have definitive proof that Sprint’s version is definitely going to be of the 4G flavor as it has passed through the FCC with WiMax on board. The filing, which was discovered […]

Will Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich Be Slated for 7-Inch IdeaPad Tablet?

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A new photo has emerged of a 7-inch IdeaPad tablet from Lenovo revealing the device’s front and rear sides along with some specs for the yet to be announced tablet. The 7-inch model was recently seen passing through the FCC for U.S. regulatory approval, but now the new images raise concerns about what operating system […]

Budget MSI Enjoy 10 Tablet Seen at FCC

MSI Tablet at the FCC

MSI is prepping its own budget-class 10-inch Android tablet and the device was most recently seen going through the FCC, though little is known about pricing or release. The 10-inch slate would only maintain a paltry WVGA 480 X 800 resolution, which is found on today’s smartphones, rather than the higher resolution 1080 X 600 […]