G2 Gets Closer to Release, Pops Up in FCC Filing

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We told you about the G2 possibly launching on September 29th, and we’ve found something that seems to support our theory. A phone that may well be the T-Mobile G2 has popped up in an FCC filing, listed as the HTC PC10100. According to the filing, it  supports AWS 3G, 802.11n WiFi, and there are several HSPA+ references in there as well. That last bit especially makes it sound like the PC10100 is the G2.

This looks to be the much anticipated device that we’ve been talking about for months. We’ll keep you in the loop as more info on this device rolls in. But with FCC certification under its belt, the G2 is that much closer to being a reality.

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