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FCC Greenlights 3G-Enabled Sidekick

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Apr 8, 2009, 2:01 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Documents seen on the FCC web site show that the agency recently approved a new device from Sharp that has support for 1700MHz AWS spectrum on board. T-Mobile uses the 1700MHz spectrum for its 3G network and is known as the carrier to support Sidekick devices. The device, model number PV300, has GSM and Bluetooth, and the Danger logo is visible on the FCC label. Neither Sharp nor T-Mobile have announced this device.

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Apr 8, 2009, 4:39 PM

Sidekick is following the Apple model

Come out with features (in this case 3G) from a few years back, and make it seem like the newest stuff on the block.

It's a great way to make money, not doing anything innovative.
yeahh.. Sidekick has been out way longer than the iphone. This was a post about the new sidekick not the iphone. You should probably join the rest of the fan boys on the ATT forum.
T Mobster

Apr 9, 2009, 1:01 PM


Anyone know if the FCC has released pics of the new sk? im not crazy about sk's but since Microsoft bought danger, rumor around the camp fire is that windows mobile will go onto them which is a smart thing. if this is true then maybe now you can use the sk to tether your phone to your laptop.

Apr 8, 2009, 2:40 PM

LX 09

Sounds like the LX 09 is on da way Very Happy
Plus with the launch of many more new markets this year, T-Mobile should be looking at more green.
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