Tag Archives: FCC

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]

Nokia N8 Passes Through FCC With T-Mobile 3G Bands

T-Mobile Nokia fans will be very pleased to hear this bit of news!  According to the folks over at Engadget, the AWS 3G version of the Nokia N8 has just passed through the FCC.  According to the FCC documents, the device is listed by its internal code, RM-596, but the FCC ID label is exactly what we’d expect given the images of the N8 we’ve seen so far.  Given what we already have,  a version of this handset with … [read full article]

Motorola Handset Passes FCC, Motoroi Anyone?

While most of us have geared our attention toward the upcoming Windows Phone 7, the FCC has just passed yet another Motorola phone with AWS 3G bands. According to FCC documentation, the Motorola handset (FCC ID IHDP56Kz1) uses the same battery model as the Motorola CLIQ and Droid, so it’s most likely an Android handset. Additionally, the Motorola device will feature Quadband GSM/EDGE class 12, Triband HSDPA 7.2 Mbps 900/1700/2100, aGPS/Standalone GPS/aGPS, Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR and … [read full article]

Motorola Phone Passes FCC With AWS Goodness

While most of us have geared our attention toward the HTC HD2 or  HTC Nexus One, the FCC  has just passed another unknown  Motorola phone (FCC ID: IHDP56KC6) with T-Mobile AWS 3G bands ( 1700/2100 ). Could this possibly be the Android powered Motorola Sholes/Sholes Tablet that was rumored to be heading Magenta’s way? Or could it be another wannabe “iPhone killer”? Only time will tell! According to the FCC these are some of … [read full article]