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Samsung Galaxy Tab II gets the FCC approval

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. Also included in the approval were WCDMA bands II and V. All these bands are indications that the Tab II is set for US release through AT&T.

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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