Moto X rumors were suggesting that a budget edition was in the works. This topic came to light when a few colorful case backs were discovered. Talk was about how these were going to be used for a lower priced version of the Moto X, perhaps one aimed towards developing markets. At the time we noted some distinct differences between those case backs and the Moto X and thanks to an FCC filing -- it looks like those backs could be for the Motorola DVX.
FCC filing point towards the possibility of AT&T releasing an Alcatel branded smartphone. The handset is sporting a codename of Viper along with a series of mid-level specs. Neither AT&T or Alcatel have made an announcement just yet, however the FCC filing does list the handset as having support for the carriers network.
FCC filing that details support for the necessary LTE bands. Basically, that is to say an HTC One mini has been spotted with support for HSPA+ and LTE with AT&T. That being said, this filing has simply added to the evidence which last arrived in image form.
images, details of the camera and even some covering other specs of the handset. And well, it is looking like the handset has just recently been discovered in an FCC filing. The filing has the handset dubbed as the PY7PM-0450, which the PM-0450 portion has previously been associated with the Honami.
Moto X smartphone is going to be available on all carriers, at least if all the reports and multiple FCC filings are correct. With previous findings showing the lustrous smartphone arriving on nearly all US carriers, except for T-Mobile, we can now confirm all 5 major carriers have the device in the works and already cleared through the FCC.
Samsung recently confirmed the US launch of the Galaxy Tab 3 tablet lineup. That full lineup includes a 7.0, 8.0 and 10.1-inch model and so far we have only officially seen talk of those tablets arriving in a WiFi only form. While we have yet to hear anything official from Samsung, it is looking like an LTE model is heading to AT&T.
Kyocera Hydro Elite leaked back in late-May. Since that point talk of Big Red releasing the handset has gone quite, however it looks like a recently discovered FCC filing has changed that. This filing has the handset listed as the Kyocera C6750, however the images do match up rather nicely with what we saw in render form back in May.
Nexus 7 2 from ASUS and Google has been in the news a lot as of late, especially since it never saw the light of day at Google's I/O developer event earlier this year. After countless leaks, reports, and rumors, it's been spotted clearing multiple different certification processes as of late, and is slated to be announced later this month.
Verizon Wireless may finally be ready to announce and release the HTC One on their network. The latest word from Verizon themselves is the device would arrive "later this summer" and we've been patiently waiting for more details or a sighting in the wild. Well, today it cleared through the FCC.