HTC Holiday is all set to receive its wings and come to the US now that it has recently cleared the FCC. The Holiday leaked back in August and looked pretty stellar from our point of view. Hopefully this recent FCC filing means it will be headed to AT&T here soon now that they've launched their LTE networks.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 (GT-P6810) has just cleared the FCC making us even more excited to see this bad boy come to the US. Announced earlier this month we've already been able to enjoy some hands-on time with the Tab 7.7 and it sure is lovely, making us even more excited to see it clear the FCC.
hit the FCC tagged with some of T-Mobile's GSM bands as well as what they call "4G". Verizon has a 4G LTE version and you can see our review of that here, but now T-Mobile wants to join the party it seems.
Live with Walkman, a long name for an interestingly quite possibly awesome future mobile device running Android. Look like the originally announced bright white to you?
Wi-Fi certification but now the HTC Vigor has cleared the FCC making it that much closer to a reality and in our hands.
cleared the FCC. You may not be familiar with Maylong but they are the producers behind more than a few cheap Android tablets in the past.
HTC owns the majority of the company. What we are seeing today is a brand new Beats Audio headphone with bluetooth wireless capabilities and more. Dubbed as Beats Wireless, it appears they are about to get a nice upgrade just in time for the holiday season.
hit the FCC today revealing a Galaxy S II type device rocking AT&T 4G LTE radios. This is fresh off of Tuesday's event where AT&T announced their own Galaxy S II already (without 4G LTE).
Google's new hardware division, I mean Motorola, just got its XT531 budget smartphone into the FCC. The XT531 has already been released in Europe as the Fire XT and in Central and South America as the Spice XT. The smaller phone (now that 4-4.3" is the standard that is) has a pretty impressive spec list for a more economically-friendly phone.
ew phone exclusively in China which would allow for mobile payments via NFC. That same device, the PH85110, has been brought to the FCC recently. On top of its already impressive array of radios were several GSM frequencies that may indicate its the PH85110 is going to be heading state-side after all.