08/11/2010, Pictures of an unannounced Samsung SGH-T569 mobile phone have surfaced on the FCC, and considering that it uses the 1700MHz 3G radio bands, it looks like it’s on the way to T-Mobile’s network. The phone itself lacks Wi-Fi, but should include 3G connectivity, a camera module, and Bluetooth. Digging into the documentation also gives you information on T-Mobile’s MyFaves program, which does more or less confirm that this device is […]
08/10/2010, The Archos 32 tablet with 8GB of internal memory which was leaked some time last week has finally made its way to the FCC, where it is confirmed to run on Android 2.1 – hopefully with Android 2.2 ready to rock and roll in due time. Its 3.2″ display at 400 x 240 resolution is a disappointment in this day and age, as we would have liked to see something […]
08/06/2010, The good people at the FCC have revealed that the Samsung Cetus, another Windows Phone 7-powered handset, has just been approved. Too bad there there aren’t any further images of the device, but we do know that it does come with 850/1900MHz 3G frequency which would more or less point it towards AT&T – don’t rule out other compatible carriers though. We first heard of the Samsung Cetus at a […]
08/05/2010, Could the eStation Zeen be the mystery tablet device that will be released by HP in due time? Most probably, considering it is a good eight months since HP filed for the “Zeen” trademark on a “portable handheld device”, and their recent buyout of Palm seems to point towards the same direction as well. This tablet will definitely be able to mix it up with the rest of the tablets […]
08/04/2010, Despite companies such as Foxit dropping their hardware eBook readers due to the increasing competition in the eBook market, that doesn’t mean that other manufacturers are throwing in the towel, and now the Netronix PocketBook 602 has paid a visit to the FCC, suggesting that the device could be on its way to the US. Specifications of the Netronix eBook reader includes:
08/04/2010, ZTE’s AD3701 USB modem for Verizon has paid a visit to the FCC today, and it’s a device that offers quad-band GSM/HSUPA support, along with CDMA/EVDO 800/1900 support, allowing it to be used for most cellular networks around the world. This device won’t be Verizon’s first global USB modem, as the carrier currently offers the UMW190 and AD3700 global USB modem.
08/03/2010, RIM’s BlackBerry 9800 slider should be announced pretty soon, possibly as soon as the RIM/AT&T event kicks off at 11am eastern. The device seems to have taken a last minute detour to pay a visit to the FCC, with mentions of the 9800 appearing in forms such as “MultiSourceDeclaration_9800_”, and the device being tested with its slider opened and closed, there isn’t much to refute that this is the BlackBerry […]
07/30/2010, The A310 handset from ZTE is a tri-band CDMA device that boasts support for the 1700MHz AWS spectrum, coming alongside Bluetooth connectivity. Our good people over at the FCC have given their collective nods of approval for it to hit the US market, and we do know from the documents that the A310 will feature a candybar form factor, a QWERTY keyboard for easy messaging, a 1.3 megapixel camera, headset […]
07/30/2010, The FCC have given their nod of approval for the Samsung SCH-R900, which will also hold the tag as the first LTE handset in the US. It isn’t exactly new as it was unveiled at CTIA Wireless earlier this year, and you can get it from MetroPCS. This is a rather unusual move since it won’t be available from a larger carrier, where the handset’s data capability might just place […]
07/28/2010, A new device from HTC has taken the time to pay a visit to the FCC today, and it’s labeled as the PC49120 and supports the WCDMA bands II and V, GSM/EDGE 850 and 1900, along with Wi-Fi b/g and Bluetooth. It isn’t entirely clear what this device is about just yet, but the support for the WCDMA bands II and V suggest that it’ll likely be arriving at AT&T.
07/28/2010, The ZTE Peel 3200 that seems destined for Sprint’s network has paid the FCC a visit, and from the looks of it, it’s a sleeve for Apple’s iPod touch that has built-in Wi-Fi and GPS radios, enabling it to double up as an EV-DO mobile broadband router that will support up to five devices at one go. Details are still quite sketchy at the moment, as neither Sprint nor ZTE […]
07/21/2010, While Coby generally manufactures low-end audio/video accessories, the company seems that it wants to have a piece of the netbook pie too, as its NBPC1330 netbook has paid a visit to the FCC, and features a rather large 13.3-inch LCD display. Pricing or availability wasn’t mentioned, but specifications of it include:
07/21/2010, We’ve previously seen reports that the upcoming BlackBerry Curve 9300 might have paid a visit to the FCC, but new filings at the FCC show two devices dubbed the RDA71UW and RDB71UW which appear to be two versions of the Curve 9300. The label pictures do confirm that it’s part of the BlackBerry Curve line, and reports also confirm that it sports 802.11n, which only the Curve 9300 seems to […]
07/20/2010, Yay – good news for folks who can’t wait to get their hands on an Epic 4G which will feature CDMA, EVDO and WiMax radios, as such a device with an ID label that points toward a model number of SPH-D700, also known as the Sprint Epic 4G, has appeared. Of course, this does not automatically mean an instant release is on the cards, but it is definitely legal for […]