Tag Archives: FCC

FCC Database Reveals T-Mobile 4G Mobile Hotspot, Confirms What We Already Know

Look at what we have here. The FCC just dropped a little Christmas present for Magenta fans, confirming our original post regarding a T-Mobile MiFi from earlier this week. The FCC document reveals the device is manufactured by the Chinese based ZTE, and the device is labeled “T-Mobile 4G Mobile Hotspot”. So yeah, its definitely a lock for Magenta. No other info was revealed, but according to our original document, you can … [read full article]

Android-Powered Dell Venue Hits FCC

Earlier today we posted that the Dell Venue Pro, a Windows Phone 7 handset had passed the FCC with AWS bands and would be launching soon. Now, the FCC has passed another Dell handset which also sports AWS bands (hooray) and is named the Dell Venue (model code: V03B002). The Dell Venue (aka Dell Thunder) is basically exactly the same (hardware wise) as the Windows Phone 7 powered Dell Venue Pro, but the … [read full article]

Dell Venue Pro Clears FCC With AWS

With the HD7 officially launching next week, and existing customers already able to order online now, the FCC has cleared another handset which is destined for a T-Mobile USA arrival. The FCC has just passed the Windows Phone 7 powered Dell Venue Pro. Although the FCC does not reveal anything new on the handset, now that it has been approved,  T-Mobile should be launching the Venue Pro soon. We’re working on getting … [read full article]

HTC Windows Phone 7 Handset Passes FCC, AWS Onboard

Well, would you look at that. Just yesterday, the WSJ confirmed T-Mobile’s involvement in the Windows Phone 7 launch event, and now the FCC has officially cleared two HTC manufactured Windows Phone 7 handsets, the PD29110 and the PD26110. The HTC PD29110 supports WCDMA Band IV (AWS) which pretty much seals its fate for T-Mobile, while the PD26110 seems to be headed towards AT&T. If we didn’t know better, we’d probably say the PD29110 is … [read full article]

Samsung T569 Passes FCC, Next Stop T-Mobile

Smartphones this, smartphones that, someone needs to cool it on the smartphone front.  Let’s just sit back, relax, and enjoy a good ol’ normal Samsung featurephone, the T569 to be specific.  Not much is known about this device, but it certainly looks like your standard Samsung resistive touchscreen featurephone.  With possible 3G, a camera and bluetooth, I’m sure some people will jump on this deal, right?  Leave your thoughts in the comments! [read full article]

FCC Approves Motorola MB710, Next Stop T-Mobile

Remember that Motorola handset that passed FCC with AWS goodness in January? Yesterday, the folks over at the FCC updated the FCC entry with new pictures and a user manual in which there are mentions of T-Mobile USA services, specifically, MyFaves (now discontinued). Almost identical to the Motorola MOTOROI, the Motorola MB710 user manual also shows the handset will include MOTOBLUR, a 3.5mm headset jack, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, and microSD … [read full article]

Motorola XT720 Headed To Magenta?

A while back there were several rumors of the Motorola Motoroi headed Magenta’s way, which many of us have been eagerly waiting for. Motorola has now announced the new Motorola Milestone XT720, something the folks over at Engadget are told is a “…sister device of the Motoroi”. The handset is equipped with T-Mobile USA 3G bands (hooray), so there’s that ever so slight chance it might be headed Magenta’s way. However, Motorola has not … [read full article]

Mysterious Nokia Phone Gets AWS Blessing

Well, folks, the FCC  has just passed another mysterious Nokia phone (FCC ID: QTKRM-658) with T-Mobile AWS 3G bands (1700/2100). What could this mysterious Nokia phone possibly be? Let us go back to late February. If you may recall, we heard whispers from our sources that the Nokia E73 was headed the way of Magenta this June. Could this possibly be the E73? That’s what we’re thinking, unless, our beloved Magenta has something else up … [read full article]