Tag Archives: FCC

Huawei Glory for Cricket passes the FCC gauntlet

We’ve actually seen the Huawei Glory before. When we did, though, it had a different name (a name that may still see international waters). Under the guise of the Huawei Glory for Cricket, the Honor is indeed a high-end device heading for the regional carrier, Cricket, as we can see from the pretty obvious branding on the back of the device. The image… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note passes through the FCC, showcases AT&T radios

Right after Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note, the huge 5-inch beast of a smartphone/tablet/thing, there were several reports that Samsung actually had “no plans” to bring the device (plus one other), to the United States. Now, as we mentioned in that previous report, that isn’t the first time Samsung has said something to that effect, before officially… Read more

HTC Holiday runs the FCC gauntlet, shows off AT&T LTE

While we’re still patiently waiting to hear anything official about the HTC Holiday, we’ll just have to make due with what we can get. And this time around, we’ve got the device in question making its way through the FCC. And, low and behold, there’s plenty of AT&T LTE goodness attached to the device. The handset in question is the HTC PCH39100, and… Read more

Samsung i727 showcases AT&T LTE in the FCC

As is usual, there’s plenty of speculation regarding any Samsung handset that makes its way through the FCC without confessing all of its dirty details. After all, there are plenty of handsets it could be, so when we just get a model number and bare facts, the rumor mill starts to spin. In this instance, it looks like a Samsung device with a model number of… Read more

HTC Sensation passes through the FCC

T-Mobile faithful, start filling those pocket-books. The HTC Sensation has passed through the FCC recently, complete with T-Mobile AWS 3G and all. When T-Mobile first announced the Sensation, the only time frame for release given was this summer. Well summer is getting closer, and with model number PG58100 cleared to be sold in US, launch time has to… Read more

WiFi only HTC Flyer passes through the FCC

For those of you who can’t wait to get your hands on an HTC Flyer, here’s a good sign your wait is growing ever shorter: the HTC Flyer WiFi only edition has just made it’s way through the FCC. Now that the FCC has given the Flyer its stamp of approval, we could see HTC’s first attempt at an Android tablet to hit shelves any minute now. As a quick… Read more

LG Optimus 3D spotted with T-Mobile AWS on board

If you think all the way back to two days ago, you may remember a little company known as AT&T announcing the existence of their version of the LG Optimus 3D: The LG Thrill 4G. Fast forward to today, and it appears another version of the Optimus 3D may be coming to the US, this time from T-Mobile. According to FCC documents, and a handy video from LG… Read more

Samsung Infuse 4G passes through the FCC

First shown off at CES this past January, the Samsung Infuse 4G (SGH-I997) has just made its way through the FCC complete with AT&T compatible bands and all. The now 850/1900Mhz rockin’ device comes complete with a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, 1.2GHz processor, an 8MP rear-facing camera, and a 1.3MP front-facing camera. Slated to sit atop the… Read more

Dual-screen sporting Kyocera Echo lands FCC approval

If you think long and hard back to beginning of February, you might remember the Kyocera Echo. Sprint got together with David Blaine and threw a huge shindig for the interesting device with the dual-screen claim to fame. Well it’s now been just a little over a month since the Echo was first announced, and it has officially passed through the FCC. Filed… Read more

LG Revolution passes through the FCC

Tired of waiting for the HTC Thunderbolt to be released? You might be able to skip the line and go with the LG Revolution instead. Sporting compatibility with Verizon’s 4G LTE network along with a 4.3-inch display and 1GHz processor, the LG Revolution has just passed through the FCC which can only mean one thing: It’s coming soon. No release or… Read more