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HTC Hero for Sprint approved by the FCC

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by on August 20, 2009 2:42 pm
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If there were any doubts left that the HTC Hero was heading to Sprint, they should be erased now.  The FCC has just approved a CDMA version of the HTC Hero that sports EV-DO 3G data. You can take a look at some of the FCC documents here.  In particular,…

It appears as though EngadgetMobile has spotted a version of the HTC Hero with 850/1900MHz 3G support for AT&T’s network on the U.S. government’s FCC website.  This does not necessarily mean that we will see that version of the device sold in this country, though.  Often devices are approved by the FCC…

Another great day for T-Mobile and HTC; the FCC has recently passed the HTC Magic, making the device’s arrival in the United States now just a formality. This will be the second Android device for T-Mobile USA, leaving Sprint still pining for some Android love. In case you have just…

Now before you get all in a tizzy about the ramifications of the Magic showing up on the FCC site w/o support for T-Mobile USA, bear in mind that it is dead common for foreign variants of U.S. bound devices to be tested by the FCC even though they won’t…