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 Sprint’s usual CDMA bands. Now that we know the device is ready to roll, it’s …
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 found inside the unibody case of the Legend that we’ve already become accustomed to. It …
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 out the pictures below and you’ll see two different labels.Â The label to the right …
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 phone includes: Quadband GSM/EDGE 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 HSDPA/HSUPA up to 10.2 Mbps Standalone …
According to an FCC filing, the next Android device for Verizon may be the Saygus (who?) VPhone V1. While this has yet to be confirmed, the evidence is pretty convincing. Saygus’ own web site talks about a third Android device coming to Verizon (link – …
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