FCC documents reveal an LG smartphone that looks a lot like the device spotted at the KitKat unveiling. Could it be the next Nexus?
A new FCC filing and @evleaks’ own retraction dispel the confusion around the device codenamed LG D820, which is not just an LG G2 variant after all.
An FCC filing describing a Motorola “touch computer” has been spotted, although it’s not clear what the product is at this time.
Like many regulatory filings, the first run didn’t give us much. This last pass through the FCC has given us quite a bit to consider, though, as some specs (as well as pics) were revealed.
A device, which could very well be the new Nexus phone, has passed through the FCC system.
The Galaxy Note 3 has hit the FCC, although only documentation for the SM-N900 (international version) is available.
The Motorola DVX, a low-cost version of the Moto X, has passed through the FCC. UK website put the cost of the phone to around $200US off contract.
Even after all the talk about solutions, cellphone unlocking is still illegal in the US. Now the FCC promises to redouble its efforts to find a solution to the issue. Read on to learn more!
The LG G Pad (LG-V500) has apparently been spotted at the FCC, although not many details are available about the device at this point.
A Sony FCC filing for a new device – the NSZ-GU1 – reveals that the company is working on a Chromecast-like dongle. Does that spell doom for Google TV?