Federal Communications Commission, seeking certification for a US release. The phone had radios compatible with AT&T's 3G and HSPA+ bands. As always with FCC filings, that doesn't necessarily mean it's coming to any particular carrier - phones are often certified for the benefit of showing them off to potential partners.
Wireless Goodness spotted the cute 'lil DEFY MINI going through the FCC at the behest of Motorola. The budget phone was revealed early this year for various international markets, but we didn't think it would be headed to the US any time soon (at least not with the same branding). The wireless bands that the test phone was sporting point to an AT&T release - or not, since those are the same HSPA+bands that are used in many countries around the world. Manufacturers often send phones and tablets through the FCC as a formality to show off to prospective carriers, or on their way north to Canada.
Federal Communications Commission. But this time seems a little more pointed, since the latest model includes radio bands for AT&T's growing LTE network, which were missing on both previous occasions. The carrier announced their intention of selling the phone at CES after months of breathless anticipation on this side of the pond.
FCC filing uncovered confirms anything it looks like Verizon is slated to get another mid-priced 4G LTE handset heading to their shelves. We've seen plenty of the 4" LG Connect 4G headed to MetroPCS as an LTE device, but the new filing also suggests it will be hitting Verizon too -- along with the LG Spectrum.
$2 convenience fee has caught the FCC's attention and they are now looking into the new plan and hopefully will report back.
model 35 smart home phone, which has been available in Europe for the last few months. The Android-powered landline phone recently made its way through the FCC.
T-Mobile merger failed they lost a pretty penny. Qualcomm will sell their 700MHz spectrum for $1.9 Billion, and the purchase should be finalized by the end of the year.
WirelessGoodness with the device spied crossing the FCC test bench.