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?
The Sony Honami has hit the FCC, with its documentation including a short-term confidentiality request that expires on September 30 – is that when the phone will be launched?
An alleged Moto X version with support for T-Mobile bands has been spotted at the FCC, the XT1053. Read on for more details.
The LG D801 has now passed through the FCC, bringing with it AT&T-compatible LTE bands. Could the D801 be the LG G2? It certainly looks like it. Read on to learn more!