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


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?


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 […]

Is Lenovo Trying to Get a 7-Inch LePad, IdeaPad Approved at the FCC?

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Lenovo has submitted a filing for a tablet, though it’s still unclear what the features and specs of the slate is at this point. The labels disclosed by U.S. regulatory agency the FCC designate that Lenovo may be naming these pads as either the LePad A1-07, a designation for China under the LePad branding, or […]

BlackBerry Torch 2 Release Date Gets Closer

BlackBerry Torch 2

RIM told us the other day that it has seven BlackBerry devices that will arrive in the ‘coming months’ and one of those devices is almost assuredly going to be the BlackBerry Torc 2 which just passed through the FCC on its way to a possible home on AT&T. We’ve already seen the Torch 2 […]

A GSM Droid 3 on AT&T? It’s Possible!


A GSM variant of the Motorola Droid 3 for Verizon Wireless was seen going through the FCC for regulatory approval with an identifying number of IHDT56MF2. The device is said to be sporting AT&T’s 3G and GSM bands. Additionally, although the FCC filing does not specifically say that this is a GSM variant of the […]

AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II Coming with Tegra 2 CPU, Not Exynos?


According to the latest FCC filing, the Samsung Galaxy S II, which is Samsung’s most popular smartphone to date and still not yet available in the U.S., may be getting a brain swap. Rather than launching with the company’s own Exynos processor, the Galaxy S II, model GT-i9103, which comes with AT&T-compatible 3G/4G bands, was […]

7-Inch Sharp Galapagos Tablet Seen at FCC


It looks like Sharp may be readying a 7-inch Android tablet under its Galapagos brand name. The 7-inch model would sit in the middle of Sharp’s other tablets with a 5.5- and 10.8-inch displays. Not a lot of information is available at the FCC at this time, but it is now known that the Sharp […]

Mini Motorola Droid Pro Headed to AT&T?


According to recently filed FCC documents, the Motorola XT316 is making a visit at the U.S. regulatory agency for approval with AT&T-compatible 3G bands. The handset is said to be a slightly smaller edition of the Motorola Pro, Motorola Droid Pro, or the Sprint Motorola XPRT–all of which are based on the same chassis design–with […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Inches Closer to Launch

Galaxy Tab 8.9

At CTIA 2011, Samsung showed us not one but two different tablets. One of those tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 was recently released to the market and a 4G LTE version for Verizon is currently up for pre-order. The other, the smaller Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, has been virtually silent since we went hands-on. […]

T-Mobile to Get HTC EVO 3D with 4G AWS Radio?


A version of the Sprint HTC EVO 3D, a 4G smartphone with dual-core 1.2 GHz CPU and a glasses-free qHD 3D display, was spotted going through the FCC as a GSM variant. The 3G CDMA/4G WiMax radio of the Sprint edition has been gutted for a GSM/HSPA+ radio that is compatible with T-Mobile’s 4G network […]

T-Mobile Defends Proposed Merger with AT&T Against Critics


In a statement today, T-Mobile has defended its proposed merger with AT&T stating that the opponents of the deal have “failed to offer any credible arguments to support their view” and that there is in fact, despite what others are saying, a spectrum crisis at hand. Earlier today Sprint, a carrier that has voiced strong […]

Vizio Tablet Passes Through FCC


Vizio’s VTAB1008 tablet has just passed through the FCC, suggesting that the tablet may soon be made available in the U.S. market. Unfortunately, though, the FCC this time did not release much information about the tablet except that the device would have HDMI and Bluetooth connections. As part of the filing, the FCC is required […]

HTC Flyer Coming to T-Mobile USA with 3G Radio?


After Sprint, T-Mobile USA may be the second major carrier in the States to offer the Android 2.3 HTC Flyer tablet with the latest version of HTC Sense. A model of the Flyer was seen going through the FCC with GSM and T-Mobile-compatible 3G bands. Wireless Goodness says that the filing with the regulatory agency […]

Sony S1 Tablet Passes Through FCC for 4G Life on AT&T’s HSPA+ Network?


After the dual-screen Sony S2 Android tablet had gone through the FCC, it looks like Sony’s also readying the single-screen S1 slate for release. The tablet was recently seen going by the FCC for regulatory approval for use in the U.S., and the certification documents reveal that the model being inspected comes with AT&T-compatible mobile […]

FCC Filing May Indicate HTC Sensation’s Arrival on AT&T


While T-Mobile USA had already announced the HTC Sensation 4G for its network–arriving mid-month–the high-powered super phone may also be coming to rival GSM network AT&T, according to an FCC filing. The Sensation has recently gone through the FCC with AT&T-compatible 3G/4G bands. The unibody aluminum smartphone should be a nice high-end alternative to the […]

Acer’s 7-Inch Honeycomb Slate Gets FCC Blessing, Release Coming Soon?


The Acer Iconia Tab A100, which was reported earlier as being delayed, has been seen passing through the FCC for regulatory approval with a WiFi radio. The device features a 7-inch 1024 X 600 resolution, which was speculated as the reason behind its original delay as it was noted that some Honeycomb apps built for […]