Samsung has gotten the green light from the FCC for the Samsung Vibrant to operate in AT&Ts 3G spectrum. The repackaged Galaxy S 4G, may be a phone that will be used to transition T-Mobile customers over to Ma Bell as
Samsung’s followup to the Galaxy Tab has been approved by the FCC and is ready to hit the market. Dubbed the Galaxy Tab II, the new tablet was approved for wireless bands 802.11 a-n, Bluetooth, and GSM bands 850 and 1900.
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
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
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
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
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.