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Nexus S Heading to AT&T Next?

It appears that PocketNow has some insight into the world of Google and their distribution of the newest Google phone - the Nexus S. As far as they (and now we) can tell, three versions of this phone have made their way through the FCC: the original GT-i9020, then the GT-i9020T and GT-i9023. Evan Blass of Pocketnow did a bit of investigating and has discovered a fourth, which thanks to the Bluetooth SIG, he's been able to identify a model that's not appeared in any other databases - GT-i9020A.

Samsung Vibrant 4G Passing Through FCC

It's getting closer! Take a peek at this FCC application that's just passed, it's got all the markings of a possible next wave version of the original, and not much to hold us back from such a conclusion. The original T-Mobile Vibrant had the model number SGH-T959, this new one is dubbed SGH-T959V. It's a Samsung device, and it has support for AWS - just what a T-Mobile handset would need to access their 3G / 4G network.

German Android 2.4 Nexus S Phone [Developments]

Last night we gave you a bit of a news bit that had to do with both an FCC filing and a video that showed a German fellow holding a phone that appeared to be a Nexus S device running Android 2.4 (this video and FCC filing are in the gallery below, or you can take a [click back] to that post if you'd like as well.) Now what we see today, courtesy of MobiFlip, is a closeup picture of a screen of a German language based phone that again says its Nexus S phone and is running Android 2.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich.)

LG G-Slate Appears in FCC Filing

Take a peek first at the original release announcement (from CES 2011) for the LG G-Slate which'll be carried by T-Mobile: video included. Then, check it out, this fabulous new tablet has popped up at the FCC in a patent application with the traditional super-stripped drawings with no room for mistake. This slate will be running on T-Mobile's AWS frequency and will be working with Android 3.0 Honeycomb - the tablet OS!

Dell Aero Gains FCC Approval

Guess it won’t be long now, this device was promised for a Q2 release and the end of that quarter is fast approaching. The Dell Aero has just received approval from the FCC. This device is expected to land on AT&T in June. This device will keep the name Aero at launch, often times the name is changed when a device is released.
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