Posts Tagged ‘fcc’

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ASUS‘ upcoming Transformer Pad Infinity Series has recently hit the FCC. The tablet was previously introduced at the CES as a high-resolution variant of the Transformer Prime with an impressive resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. More »


Hena’s new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet MID-1107CM has recently hit the FCC. I have never heard of this Taiwanese company before, but the tablet doesn’t sound bad. More »


Toshiba’s upcoming Excite 10 tablet has recently been spotted at the FCC with more details. Like its brothers Excite 7.7 and Excite 13, the Excite 10 is a high-end Tegra 3 tablet with 1GB of RAM and it will run on Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. Though it will not come with an AMOLED panel but a 10-inch LCD screen with a standard 1280×800 resolution. More »


A device dubbed the HTC PJ40110 has recently appeared in the FCC and it is assumed to be T-Mobile’s version of the HTC One S, as its ID is slightly similar to the global One S PJ40100 It offers an AWS 3G radio as well as AT&T-friendly 850 / 1900 3G bands. More »


Verizon’s HTC Droid Incredible 4G, previously known as HTC Fireball, has recently hit the FCC. It is registered under the model number HTC PJ53100 and apparently it comes with CDMA, EV-DO and Verizon’s LTE connectivity as well as WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n. More »


According to a recent discovery at the FCC, it seems like AT&T might soon be carrying the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. T-Mobile (the other carrier for this same model), watch out! More »


With another stop by the FCC, it seems as though the HTC Rezound/Vigor has gained a new change that will definitely make it one of the smartphones to watch. More »


Last week, a few leaked images on Motorola’s DROID Bionic were going around on the net. This week, we have some newly released FCC documents containing all the info we need to know about the phone! More »


The HTC EVO 3D has just gotten the necessary FCC approval for Sprint WiMAX connectivity. The 3D device will be available on June 24. More »


One of the most recent Android-powered devices to hit the FCC is the Lenovo IdeaPad Tablet K1, a variant of the China-only LePad. With newer tablets running on Android 3.0 Honeycomb, it is still unknown if the IdeaPad Tablet K1 will do the same. More »


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