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Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 spotted at FCC

Written on February 15, 2012 by Kristoff Jones

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Samsung's follow up to its sub-sized smartphone turns up at FCC for approval.

Samsung’s rumored follow up to its sub-sized smartphone, Samsung Galaxy Mini, has just been spotted at Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

The handset codenamed ‘Jena’, is said to be long rumored follow up to Samsung Galaxy Mini. The 3.3 inch handset, which is simply named Samsung Galaxy 2, is expected to run on Android 2.3 and ship with an 800MHz processor.

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Samsung Galaxy W for T-Mobile Seen in FCC Documents

Written on September 13, 2011 by Lulu

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One of he Samsung's Galaxy smartphone, the Galaxy W, was finally seen at the FCC documents.

Galaxy W, one of the Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone variants, has finally seen in the FCC documents ahead of its formal launch. The Commision’s tests suggest that the Android-based device, which aims to provide a midrange of feature set, will use the model number SGH-T679 as it arrives to consumers through the T-Mobile’s network.

The Galaxy W features a single-core processor running at 1.4GHz, while the 3.7-inch display brings 800×480 resolution. The device is expected to launch with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, while media can be stored on 4GB of internal memory.

However, there’s still no announcement from T-Mobile regarding the launch details of the Galaxy W.

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FCC Approves Another Galaxy Tab 10.1 Variant

Written on September 13, 2011 by Lulu

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Another variant of the Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 for T-Mobile was approved by FCC.

The FCC approved yet another Galaxy Tab 10.1 variant, which is equipped to run on T-Mobiles’s network. The said tablet, which was filed under the model number SGH-T859, seems to match the external dimensions of the Wi-Fi and LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 variant. The variant goes along with a GSM radio that supports T-Mobile’s 1700MHz network. It also has 850/1900MHz GSM, EDGE, WCDMA and HSPA networks.

Samsung followed the arrival of Wi-Fi edition in the market in June by equipping its iPad competitor with 3G and 4G radios for a number of cellular networks. Previous announcements confirm plans to provide the tablet through NTT DoCoMo in Japan, along with Rogers and Telus in Canada.

T-Mobile has yet to formally announce its launch plans for the Galaxy Tab 10.1.

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Gingerbread-Powered Acer Iconia Smart, Coming This September

Written on August 11, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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The 4.8″ phone hybrid from Acer will finally arrive in September.

Acer had finally scheduled a release date for their Gingerbread-powered Iconia Smart handset. According to the manufacturer, the smartphone will be hitting the market sometime in September. Although Acer has not revealed any reasons behind the device’s launching delay, some rumors believed that the Japan earthquake might be a big factor.

Meanwhile, most of Acer’s devices, which are said to be affected by the devastating earthquake, did not face any problems in terms of production. The 4.8″ Acer Iconia Smart will be sporting a 1024×480 display resolution, and will be equipped with Android 2.3 and a 1GHz processor. The new phone hybrid will also feature two high-end cameras: An 8-megapixel primary cam and a 2-megapixel frontal camera.

According to some reports, the FCC suggests the Iconia Smart to have its first landing in North America, but the launching date and carriers for that action remain undisclosed. On the other hand, the Acer Germany’s official Facebook announced that the European variant of the smartphone will be sold for the price of €499 or ~$700 USD.

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Motorola Droid Bionic Appears in FCC Filing

Written on August 08, 2011 by Lulu

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Motorola Droid Bionic appeared in FCC, indicating that will have a GSM roaming.

Motorola’s new Droid Bionic was revealed this weekend in a newly published FCC filing. The user manual displays a “global phone” section, stating that the Android 2.3 device has a GSM hardware for world roaming. If these details are true, then it will be Verizon’s first LTE-based phone with voice outside of the US.

A view of the leak also confirmed the rumors that the new Bionic is the Targa.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro Seen in the FCC

Written on July 20, 2011 by Lulu

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Sony Ericsson's newest smartphone called Xperia Pro hits the FCC, as it underwent certification testing.

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro smartphone was seen at the FCC, as it undergo certification testing. The said device followed a similar showing of the Xperia Mini Pro. It was also announced that the new handset from Sony Ericsson is a non- US version that have a 900MHz and 2,100MHz HSPA band support.

The newest feature that was revealed is the ANT+, which is made for fitness enthusiasts who want to keep track of their heart rate and several same metrics.

Learn more about the Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro after the break.

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Nokia RM-670 Undergoes FCC Testing

Written on July 19, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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RM-670, the upcoming handset from Nokia, goes through FCC's approval testing. Few features of the phone, revealed as well.

The Nokia RM-670, formerly known as the N7 or 700 Zeta, was first seen through spy-shots and then followed by multiple rumors. Now, the new handset from Nokia seems to be entering the Technology World after taking an official testing under the FCC. Though the listings did not disclose all the features of the phone, the test still serves as a good proof that the RM-670 was real and existing.

According to the FCC paperwork, the upcoming Nokia handset could work on either AT&T and T-Mobile, or might even support both 1,700MHz AWS (T-Mobile) and 850/1,900MHz (AT&T) 3G bands. Nokia has not yet announced any launching date for the RM-670, but it is expected to arrive first in the U.S.

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HTC Sensation 4G Spotted at FCC, Mobile Radios are a Go

Written on May 05, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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HTC Sensation 4G is a go with T-Mobile radios.

FCC just continues to excite tech geeks’ lust for smartphones, as it officially clears the HTC Sensation 4G. Codenamed under HTC PG58100, the Sensation 4G is set to be sold in the United States under the T-Mobile logo, hopefully by June.

The FCC documents reveal that the 1.2GHz dual-core powered HTC Sensation 4G will be carrying front and rear cameras, and a standard WiFi and Bluetooth radios. There’s been a confusion over the web that the PG58100 is actually the HTC Doubleshot, and not the Sensation 4G. But Android Central reveals that the HTC Doubleshot’s model number is PG59100.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Spotted in FCC Under GT-P7510 Moniker

Written on May 04, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a go!

It looks like there’ll be no stopping the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 as the tablet hits the FCC. Don’t confuse this one with the thicker 10.1v tablet that’s slowly being distributed across Europe and Australia. As proof, the older Honeycomb tablet has the monicker GT-P7100, while the 10.1 version has the codename GT-P7510, though for the WiFi version only.

It still remains a mystery on what the 1GHz dual-core CPU inside the razor-thin Galaxy tablet is. But with the release of the FCC application, it won’t be long before it is unveiled.

Hit the break for the back picture of the device!

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Today’s Tablet Roundup: HP TouchPad Set for June Release; ASUS Eee Pad Transformer FCC Approval Hints Closer Breakdate

Written on March 15, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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The HP TouchPad and ASUS Eee Pad are soon coming out as they enter the battlefield dominated by a fruit.

There’s no stopping the Apple iPad 2 from dominating the tablet market once again, but perhaps the HP Touchpad and the ASUS Eee Pad could gather up some momentum before they make a release date. The HP Touchpad is slated for a June release while the much-hyped webOS for PC beta is set for the end of 2011; the ASUS Eee Pad on the other hand has just passed the FCC, brewing speculations that the tablet contender is out for a release really soon.

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