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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 makes an FCC appearance as the GT-N5110

Following up a series of leaked images, it looks as if the Galaxy Note 8.0 has made the required stop with the FCC. The filing shows a tablet sporting the model number of GT-5110, a number we previously saw associated with the 8-inch Note. The GT-5110 number also matches up with details that we have previously been told. For example, the GT-5110 was expected to arrive as the Wi-Fi only model and this FCC filing does indeed show a lack of cellular connectivity.

Alcatel One Touch Evo 7 tablet stops by for a visit with the FCC

Alcatel unveiled the One Touch Evo 7, along with the Evo 7 HD during CES and it looks like the former has made an appearance with the FCC. This filing does give the appearance that a release date is coming, however so far -- Alcatel has yet to offer anything specific. That being said, we had been told the specs for the One Touch Evo 7 during the CES unveiling and this filing does not offer any surprises.

FCC reveals the Samsung GT-B7810 with hardware QWERTY and Android 4.0

This isn't the first time we have mentioned the Galaxy M Pro, in fact, it was originally unveiled back in October of 2011. That announcement showed a handset that was running Gingerbread at at time when many were already thinking of Ice Cream Sandwich. And on top of that, the handset was announced with some less than exciting specs. That aside though, judging from some recently published images, it appears as if Samsung is prepping a follow-up device.

HTC One X clears the FCC, quad-core fun begins

HTC and their new One series of smartphones are going to make a big splash in the Android market over the next couple of months. With excellent hardware, impressive specs, Android 4.0 ICS and a brand new Sense UI they are looking good. We already know the One X quad-core phone is slated for an April release but now that it's passed through the FCC it's only a matter of time.

Motorola Lapdock 500 clears the FCC, spotted with the DROID RAZR

We've seen plenty about Motorola's Lapdock offerings but until the recently released Lapdock 100 they were proprietary and only worked with a single device. The new Lapdock 100 and 500 will be universal and will work across all future top end Android devices from Motorola. We showed you a little about the Lapdock 100 during our Atrix 2 review but today its bigger brother the 500 has cleared the FCC and is on its way to store shelves soon.
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