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If you are one of the people who held off on picking up a WiFi only version of the Nexus 9 to get your hands on the LTE enabled 32GB HTC Nexus 9 then you will be pleased to know that the FCC filing for the device looks to be underway. According to the FCC filing, […]
A tablet known only as SGPT1311 by Sony and manufactured by Foxconn has been spotted getting it’s FCC certification. Rumoured to be the fist tablet in the new Sony Xperia naming range, the Sony Xperia S Tablet as it’s to be known should be carrying a Quad Core CPU (unlike it’s counterpart handset) and GSM […]
A mystery device known only as the Samsung SGH-i547 has passed through the FCC on it’s way to AT&T as a mid-level device. Loaded with an 800 x 480 screen, 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC on top of a 700MHz, 850MHz, 1,700MHz and 1,900MHz Quad Band Radio set, we can be almost certain that […]
Motorola has been toying with the XT926 for a while now and we suspect that device to be the Motorola Razr HD. The device just passed through the FCC and it has bands capable of none other than Verizon’s LTE network. The device is still pretty much a mystery to us but we expect a […]
Here we see another device passing through the FCC and this time it’s a Samsung device on it’s way to T-Mobile. T-Mobile already has the Samsung Blaze 4G and the Q on the end of this name will likely mean the device will be a QWERTY device with a 5 row keyboard. I’m still a […]