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For some odd reason, the FCC has found it prudent to post images of a forthcoming HTC device some believe to be called ‘Wildfire’. A brief... glance at the pictures reveal that this HTC PC70110 device offers a touchscreen along with a full QWERTY keyboard. The FCC approved it for AT&T 3G bands (850 / 1900 MHz).

There is no way o...

FCC Samsung Galaxy S

On the surface, the Samsung Galaxy S looks to be a nice phone. After all, it has a 4” Super-AMOLED display with accompanying technology only... found in Samsung’s actual TVs. However, if you look a little deeper, you’ll find that the Samsung Galaxy S should be a great phone. It is the first phone to launch by Samsung that will off...

A variant of the HTC Legend was spotted as it made its way through the FCC recently. It was keen observation by the folks at Androphones that tipped them to the HTC Legend. They astutely noticed that... the sketch of the label in the FCC documents exactly matches the FCC label on the leaked photos of the Legend that appeared last week. It is unmistakable as the label has a unique shape due to the unus...

An eagle eyed member of Android forums scanned the FCC and scooped the Nexus One desktop dock which received FCC approval last week. The outline drawing of the desktop dock is not revealing but the... test report reveals a bit of an oddity – the desktop dock includes integrated Bluetooh 2.1+EDR, seemingly duplicating the Bluetooth functionality of the phone. Any guesses as to what extra func...

The Sony Ericsson X10 made its maiden voyage through the FCC and left behind a cornucopia of information. Some of the goodies include the full manual detailing the phone’s features and its custom... Android interface, internal photos of the handset, external photos of the handset, and a test report chock full technical jargon. Inside the Declaration of FCC Conformity within the user manual, the folk...

An HTC handset with FCC ID NM8PB99100 and¬†the¬†model¬†name “NEXUSONE” has made its way though the revealing process of FCC approval. The documents posted by the FCC divulge the presence... of¬†cellular¬†radios supporting quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE and UMTS/HSUPA (2Mbps up and 7.2Mbps down)¬†on 850/1700/1900 frequencies. Savvy readers will¬†immediately¬†recognize that 1700MHz is used for T...

Acer A1 Liquid

If FCC approval is any indication, then AT&T may finally be launching some Android devices in 2010. Two hot new handsets, the Dell Mini ¬†3ix and the... Acer Liquid A1, have recently received the FCC rubber stamp of approval, with both handsets including support for AT&T’s special flavor of 3G. We knew Dell had plans to launch their Android-p...

Right at the start of the month we reported to you that the Android-powered HTC Desire may be heading to Verizon. The foundations of this news were based in the fact that PhoneArena received a leaked... photo of the Verizon inventory system showing the device listed alongside others such as the BlackBerry Curve 8330 and similar devices.

Now, we can confirm that the HTC Desire has not only gaine...

HTC Tattoo

The FCC has just approved the HTC CLIC100, aka the Tattoo, for use in the United States.  Hooray, you say?  Well, not so fast.  This is the Euro-spec version... of the device that supports 3G only on the 900 and 2100MHz bands, not on bands supported by T-Mobile or AT&T.

It is not uncommon for foreign market devices to get FCC approval even if they neve...

HTC Hero

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, the “Report DTS” link provides information on the CDMA testing that has been done.

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