HTC Explorer might be exactly what you need. We've seen the Explorer a few times and it was officially announced by HTC back near the end of September but today it just got a bit more official now that it has passed the FCC. Originally codenamed the Pico, the HTC Explorer should now be on its way to store shelves soon.
Motorola tablet passed through, and now we are seeing a Motorola RAZR headed for AT&T. The Motorola DROID RAZR was announced last week headed for Verizon with 4G LTE and we've also heard a few non US carriers will also get a version of the RAZR as soon as November 1st. Today what appears to be the same RAZR smartphone has just hit the FCC packing AT&T radios, that means the Verizon "DROID" wont be present in this bad boys name.
Motorola Xoom 2 might have been hanging out at the FCC this weekend. What seems to be a mystery tablet from Motorola was spotted sporting specs similar to recently leaked Xoom 2 devices, but we still aren't sure what we are seeing and have been digging around trying to figure out more on this mystery device.
cleared the FCC. Being called the Coby Kyros MID1125 this 10" Android 2.3 Gingerbread tablet looks pretty sleek for the price we expect it to be, and apparently should be hitting stores soon.
FCC and after some initial digging around sources have now confirmed it to be the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE HD. Yes the name is long, but the phone sounds amazing and I'd love to get my hands on one. Back in September Samsung announced the SGSII HD was headed to Korea and while initially we didn't get a launch date or any news regarding a US launch, this FCC filing should clear up some doubts.
first announced back in February and we even have some hands-on video from MWC2011 of the device, it's a unique smartphone that is for sure. Back in May it was delayed and the last we heard it was slated for a September release. At least it's finally hitting the FCC, we can expect a release shortly I'm assuming.
clearing the FCC it seems. Samsung went ahead and officially announced the Tab late last month after initially being spotted with a T-Mobile branding so it's safe to say you can enjoy one of these in your own hands soon. This is the replacement for the original Tab 7 from Samsung.
recently unveiled their brand new super thin Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet named the AT200. We've seen it a few times being rumored as the Toshiba Excite. Today it has cleared the FCC making this ultra-thin slate headed to the U.S sometime soon. This is the next tablet coming from Toshiba and will replace its larger brother, the Thrive.
in the hands of the FCC. The hardware they're looking at has an HSPA+ radio for AT&T's wireless frequencies, and that's the first solid evidence yet that Samsung's uber-phone is coming to these United States.