Tag Archives: FCC

FCC Approves AT&T WCS Spectrum Order

The FCC has approved a wide array of spectrum that AT&T had acquired in the last few months. With this new approval, AT&T now has licenses covering 608 cellular market areas in the WCS (Wireless Cellular Service) and AWS (Advanced Wireless Service) spectrum. This accounts for 82% of the US population. The FCC approved the deal because it felt… Read more

US DoJ And FBI Are Reviewing The T-Mobile/MetroPCS Merger

The FCC’s 180-day review of the T-Mobile/MetroPCS merger has been temporary halted while the US Department of Justice and the FBI conduct an investigation around the merger. The US Department of Justice and the FBI filed a request asking the FCC to “defer action” in regards to the T-Mobile/MetroPCS merger. The US DoJ and FBI are reviewing the merger for… Read more

HTC DROID DNA Passes Through The FCC On Its Way To Verizon

The DROID DNA cleared one more hurdle on its way to your open arms as it passed through the FCC sporting Verizon’s CDMA and LTE bands. While no announcement for the DROID DNA from either Verizon or HTC appears to be on the radar, we’re still hopeful this will land on store shelves before the Thanksgiving holiday. However, @evleaks, the tipster… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Premier Passes Through The FCC Sans LTE

Samsung’s Galaxy Premier just made its official cameo at the halls of the FCC, though the approval isn’t all sunshine and rainbows. While the Superior codename is confirmed via the FCC paperwork, so is the lack of US-based LTE bands that are arguably a big deal on any high-profile Android devices these days. Still, the availability of HSPA 3G… Read more

Sony Xperia T Goes Through FCC With AT&T LTE Bands

We’ve reported on the Xperia T coming to AT&T, since it was leaked before. Now it has come through the FCC with AT&T LTE bands, unlike the international model (which doesn’t even have LTE). It also seems that the back is different from the international model, being broken into segments probably for antenna performance. The phone will be coming to… Read more

Motorola’s XT890 Makes A Stop At the FCC – Will This Be Next Week’s 2GHz Intel Phone?

Rumors have been floating around for a bit now pertaining to a Motorola and Intel inspired device arriving soon. More recently, Motorola announced a slew of new devices in its DROID RAZR lineup devoid of any Intel news. Speculation however suggest that at Motorola’s event in London on September 18 (Update: Intel’s Vice President and GM for Mobile… Read more

LG Eclipse (LG E970) for AT&T Approved by FCC

It’s official, the LG Eclipse has made its way through the FCC.  Since it’s inception, the phone has gained attention- most notably earning the nickname “superphone” after leaked information confirmed it had a “quad-core Krait CPU and 4.67-inch 720p HD display”.  The phone should be available by October and, according to the FCC, will… Read more

Motorola DROID M Photos Emerge, Should Be Announced By Verizon Soon

The DROID M has been leaked a few times, but never by name. It has been known as the Motorola XT907, rumored to be called the RAZR Mini. It passed through the FCC showing off a qHD display, a 1.5 GHz dual core Snapdragon S4, LTE, and NFC. This will be a mid range phone for $149 in both black and white. I’m still not sure how “mid range” is synonymous… Read more