HTC officially unveiled the One max earlier in the month and since then we have seen confirmation from Verizon Wireless in terms of an upcoming release. While we have yet to see anything official from AT&T, there has been some leaks suggesting they would also have the handset joining the lineup. And well, it looks like some additional evidence has arrived in support of those previously leaked AT&T One max images.
Dell first brought mentioned Project Ophelia back in January, during CES. We learned some of the basics at the time, such as how this would be a 'computer on a stick' and how it would be running Android. The device then briefly turned up over the summer and now it looks like an FCC filing has been discovered.
Virgin Mobile, however it looks like they will soon be adding another Samsung handset to the lineup. This latest is the Samsung L500 and while the specs remain a mystery for the most part, the handset has been spotted with the FCC. This particular filing has the basics, as well as some additional goodies including images and a user manual.
HTC to offer an official announcement for the One Max smartphone, however it appears as if the handset has recently been discovered in an FCC filing. The key here, it appears to have. The filing did not mention the One Max by name and instead has it referred to by the model number of 0P3P510. As for the bit that brings the HTC One Max connection -- a reference to T6UL.
Motorola DVX rumors are getting fairly common at this point, however we have yet to see a solid set of specs. Up until this point in time the DVX chatter has focused on the handset being a low-cost alternative to the Moto X. To that point, Republic Wireless is expected to launch the Motorola DVX in October and we know they are already planning to sell the Moto X at a contract-free $299. Putting the low-cost talk to the side, as of today it looks like some images of the handset have been revealed.
declined to renew a copyright-law exemption that saw the legalization of cellphone unlocking. This isn't rooting or bootloaders, but carrier unlocking smartphones to be used on other networks, or while abroad. You might remember the petitions that made the White House issue a statement, and now they're at it again.
Nexus smartphone. The handset is believed to be the Nexus 5 and it is looking more and more like this one will be coming by way of LG. As we often see with an FCC filing, this one did contain a variety of images. These were mixed with some internal and some external photos and sadly, not all of the external images were perfectly clear.
NVIDIA Tegra Tab as the tablet was spotted in an NCC filing earlier in the month. For those not familiar, the NCC is similar to the FCC, but for Taiwan. Regardless though, because the tablet has now been spotted in an FCC filing. And this time around we are getting some additional images of the tablet as well as some detail of the features.