FCC Greenlights 3G-Enabled Sidekick
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.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Clears FCC with Single Approval
The FCC this week approved a pair of new Samsung phones that are almost certainly the new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge (or equivalent). Unlike previous generations of the flagship phone, Samsung was able to have all U.S.
FCC Outs Alcatel OneTouch Evolve 2 for T-Mobile
Documents seen on the Federal Communications Commission web site reveal details about an unannounced handset from Alcatel. The Alcatel OneTouch Evolve 2 is an Android smartphone with support for T-Mobile's network, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, according to the FCC.
Verizon-Branded Windows Phone Pops Up on FCC Site
Documents on the FCC website recently revealed an unannounced handset from Microsoft intended for Verizon Wireless. The FCC notes the device supports Verizon's LTE and CDMA networks, but reveals little else.
Unannounced OnePlus Handset Revealed by FCC
The FCC today revealed an unannounced smartphone from OnePlus. The model number listed by the FCC is One E1005.
Sidekick is following the Apple model
It's a great way to make money, not doing anything innovative.