Samsung Galaxy Note might finally become a reality here soon sometime this summer. We've seen a few leaks suggest it was coming, and even spotted it in the wild running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich but now it has cleared the FCC and should hopefully be on the way to Magenta store shelves.
Google's been busy testing out some neat new gadgets that we all should know by know called Project Glass. These augmented reality type glasses allow users to do all sorts of fun things. This week it's been tipped directly from the FCC that not only is Google severely ramping up their testing, but they could be trying to get at least one version of Google Glass to pass the FCC by August of this year, not 2013.
Galaxy S III has made it to the well-trodden halls of the FCC, complete with the predictable CDMA and LTE bands. PocketNow spotted the highly anticipated device in the FCC's standard filings.
a year and a half since we saw any Android hardware from Creative Labs, but that may change very soon. Engadget spotted a previously unknown tablet, the HanZpad (yeah, we don't know either) going through the motions at the FCC. It's a pretty standard WiFi tablet, but there's some surprisingly high-end specs on display, including a quad-core ARM processor and a thickness of just 7.95mm.
Google ASUS Nexus 7" was detailed for the very first time, the ASUS MeMO 370T is now making its way through the US Federal Communications Commission. The low-cost quad-core tablet hasn't been seen since CES more than five months ago.
Transformer Pad TF300 is currently in the hands of the FCC, and based on the wireless bands it's equipped with, it's being considered for AT&T's growing LTE network.
pretty good indications that Samsung's flagship Galaxy S III is coming to all four major US carriers, and the FCC just did us a solid by confirming T-Mobile's customized model. The SGH-T999 is currently hanging out in the hallowed halls of the Federal Communications Commission, doing its time just like every wireless device in the country. The bands supported are T-Mobile's, including their new AWS expansion, but do not include LTE.
Iconia Tab A700. The latest in the Iconia series doesn't have an official US launch date yet, but it's been spotted hanging out at the FCC by Liliputing, which means that it can't be too far off. Any takers?
FCC got their hands on the Excite 13 earlier today. There's no surprises here, with the possible exception of the fact that the FCC boys managed to fit the 13-inch tablet into their testing machines. The last that we heard, the Excite 13 was headed for retailers in June, so the customary stop off at the FCC is quite expected. In case your memory's a little fuzzy, the Excite 13 packs a whopping 13.3-inch screen with a 1600x900 resolution on a traditional TFT panel. NVIDIA's ever more ubiquitous Tegra 3 quad-core is aboard, as is what looks like mostly stock Ice Cream Sandwich - Huzzah! The tablet has some monster dimensions at 10.1mm thick and 2.2 pounds, and uses that bulk to cram in four SRS speakers and a capacity of 32GB or 64GB. The tablet will cost $649.99 and $749.99 repsectively when it hits retailers in June. The more pedestrian Excite 10 is scheduled to come out sometime in the next few weeks, and the smaller Excite 7.7 (with a fabulous 720p Super AMOLED display) will also hit in June. Both of the smaller tablets get a Tegra 3 processor, though they'll be considerably less expensive: the Excite 10 starts at $449.99 and the Excite 7.7 will go for $499.99. [timeline] [via Liliputing]
dropped by the FCC for their standard gamut of wireless tests. And even better, the tablet is running Ice Cream Sandwich, something we're always happy to see.