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Motorola mystery device passes through the FCC

A mysterious new device with CDMA, EVDO and 802.11n has just passed through FCC as the the IHDT56MJ1. If previous internal names are any indication of what we’re seeing today, it’s very likely the IHDT56MJ1 is the Motorola Droid X 2. Rumored to come out with a dual-core processor, qHD display, and 4.3″ screen, the Droid X 2 has been tagged with rumors of… Read more

Verizon branded HTC Merge passes through the FCC

When HTC finally announced the Merge on February 25th, the only availability line we were fed stated that the Merge is “slated to be available from multiple North American operators beginning in spring 2011.” As leaks and previous rumors have indicated, at least one of those “North American operators” was supposed to be Verizon. Thanks to the FCC, that has… Read more

WiFi-only Xoom passes through the FCC?

When Latin America GM Maurizio Angelone told Infobae last month that a WiFi only version of the Motorola Xoom exists, it was taken as good sign that eventually the US might land one of their very own. Well that was January 9th, and we haven’t heard a word since. We have heard some rumored pricing on the Verizon version of the first Honeycomb tablet, but… Read more

Huawei X6 passes through the FCC

Just this past CES, Huawei was out in full force showing off what is believed to be their flagship devices, the Ideos X5 and X6. The X5 features Android 2.2 along with a 5MP camera, 720p video capture, 4GB on-board storage and 3.8″ touchscreen. The X6, is the slightly more powerful of the two. The X6 comes in with the works, boasting a 1GHz processor,… Read more

FCC clears Samsung GT-i9023

The Ice Cream Sandwich fork mystery deepens with an FCC filing for Samsung’s GT-i9023. A video from German site BestBoyz (embedded above) shows a Nexus S’ about screen, which reveals the device is running Android 2.4 and has a baseband version starting with “i9023.” This is very close to the original Nexus S model number, GT-i9020. It seems reasonable… Read more

Dual-camera HTC PB92300 passes through the FCC

A new HTC device (PB92300) passed through the FCC recently that may, or may not, be some sort of HTC Aria (PB92110) clone sporting a back and front-facing camera. Why is it rumored to be a close relative to the Aria? When comparing the sticker in the FCC documents, and the sticker found on the Aria, the layout, shape, and size appear to be identical…. Read more

Will Galaxy S be crippled?

Recent FCC filings for Samsung’s spec monster, the Galaxy S, reveal that the handset will be headed for AT&T, and it looks like people aren’t too happy about it. Considering the way Ma Bell has handled Android thus far, basically de-Googling it, it’s likely that the Galaxy S will be far more beneficial to AT&T than AT&T will be to the phone. Nevertheless,… Read more

Unidentified Motorola passes through FCC

We like a good mystery just as much as the next person, so maybe this screen grab from the FCC will get you as excited as we are. (It doesn’t take much.) According to the documentation, the unnamed Moto device is primed and ready to make its way towards T-Mobile USA, where we’re sure some Android fans out there are looking forward to a new device. While the… Read more

Dell Mini 5 Passes Through FCC

A little over a week ago, we got a sneak peek of the Dell Mini 5 from Michael Dell himself. It only makes sense that you would see it pass through the FCC any time now right? Awhile before we saw Mr. Dell showing off the Mini 5, it was being said that a company by the name of Qisda would be manufacturing it. On the right side of the picture you see the… Read more