Tag Archives: FCC

T-Mobile-Bound SGH-T999 Galaxy S III Passes Through FCC

All signs are pointing toward the SGH-T999 (Galaxy S III) heading to T-Mobile as the newest piece of evidence surfaces in the form of FCC approval. The documents reveal WCDMA support for T-Mobile’s AWS band, just as we expected to see — though no sign of LTE compatibility. There’s also support for the 850 and 1900 bands indicating this device will be… Read more

LG Optimus 4X HD Hits The FCC, AT&T Compatible Bands And All

As LG prepares to launch the Optimus 4X HD, they need to make sure that the phone can even make it into certain markets. In the US, that’s where the FCC comes in, and it’s no different with the 4X HD. The handset just passed through our fine Federal Communication Commission, bringing with it AT&T compatible 850/1900MHz 3G bands. This means the phone can be… Read more

Samsung Galaxy S III Dresses Up For FCC In AT&T Clothes

At this point we’re beginning to see little doubt for a full spread of national carrier launches in the US for the Galaxy S III. So it makes sense when we spot the phone making a pit stop through the halls of the FCC wearing AT&T’s HSPA+ bands. Except, there is no pentaband connectivity here allowing for T-Mobile frequencies nor any sign of LTE…. Read more

Sprint’s EVO 4G LTE Hits The FCC One More Time

With the HTC EVO 4G LTE already official on Sprint, we’re not really sure what else we can gleam from the halls of the FCC. For the FCC geeks out there though, you’ll be happy to know we’ve determined the EVO 4G sports LTE on network Band 25. There’s also the usual selection of CDMA 2000, WiFi and Bluetooth radio we’ve come to expect from even the most… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Pocket finds its way through the FCC

Perhaps more than any other smartphone manufacturer out there, Samsung knows how to fill the gaps. The know that creating devices that fill niche markets is a good plan, or at least it is for them. It seems to be working for them, at least. And that’s why they’ve got a phone that measures in at 5.3-inches, and why the new Galaxy Pocket, which has made its… Read more

Lenovo IdeaTab S2109 makes its way through the FCC

Lenovo hasn’t officially announced anything quite yet, but it looks like the company is bringing a direct competitor, at least based on a reported size of their new tablet, to the market at some point this year. If the FCC filing is any indicator, then Lenovo has a brand new Android tablet coming down the pipe that will measure in at 9.7-inches, and feature… Read more