A mysterious Motorola device passed through FCC testing recently, and speculation is that it may be the follow up to Verizon’s Droid X, the Droid X2, which we’d recently heard
So it appears all but official that the Motorola Atrix 4G, which has been rumored to be launching March 1 on AT&T, has been officially approved by the FCC. Though the FCC documentation doesn’t mention the name “Atrix,” it’s pretty clear that is the device in question. First, it lists the model number as MB860, which Motorola has identified as the Atrix. Add to that the rare (in a phone) 5GHz 802.11n wifi and AT&T’s 3G and HSPA+ bands and it seems pretty well confirmed.
The FCC leaks yet another Android device. It’s the Creative ZiiO tablet, with Android 2.1 and a 7-inch resistive touch screen.
The team over at Engadget recently found out that the HTC Desire HD has passed through the FCC. Recent filings were discovered. Not surprisingly, there are no U.S. 3G Bands
8/24/10 UPDATE PC World is reporting that Huawei is going to launch this handset at the Internationale Funkaustellung (IFA) consumer electronics show, and indeed is going to launch with Froyo.
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
Last week, we told you about the Archos 32, a small internet tablet that was leaked. Well, we found another one, the Archos A28, and guess who’s to blame for
The FCC never lets us down, does it? A new device filing has popped up suggesting another AT&T-clad Android. Codenamed “Sage”, this Motorola-made device packs 7.2Mbps HSDPA and HSUPA on
The Acer’s beTouch E130 made a stop over at the FCC to get handled last week. The device has a very similar look to the Blackberry and has a full
Logitech’s Revue set top box recently visited the FCC, got stripped down, and showed us its innards. Google TV is poised to come this fall, and the Revue is the
Engadget has managed to catch the EVO 4G passing through the halls of the FCC. The device was branded as PC36100 and sports Sprint’s 2500MHz WiMAX band, in addition to
Engadget has just posted a picture of FCC origin (see below) showing the HTC Legend sporting AT&T’s 850 and 1900MHz WCDMA bands. The label is the same as the one
It’s not very often that we get to see pictures of handsets to go with FCC approvals. Such is the case with this new HTC phone, the PC70110. Based on
Good news for all you AT&T subscribers who held out on getting a Nexus One because of the 3G incompatibility.Â It appears there is another version on the way!Â Check
The FCC Â has recently passed another unknownÂ Motorola phone with T-Mobile AWS 3G bands ( 1700/2100 ). Is this possibly the Sholes Tablet?Â Â I sure hope so! The specs to the