FCC Reveals Entry-Level Motorola Phone
New documents recently made public on the FCC web site show a Motorola-branded phone that the user manual refers to as the W165/W172. It's not clear, however, if the phone is actually manufactured by Motorola, because Cheng Uei Precision Industry of Taiwan is the manufacturer listed in the FCC documents, and Brightstar is the corporation actually applying for FCC approval. The W165/W172 is a simple GSM 850/1900 monoblock phone with FM radio (W172 only), 2.5mm headset jack and other basic features. Motorola has not announced this phone.
Huawei P10 Revealed by FCC
The FCC today approved a new, unannounced phone from Huawei that matches leaked photos of the P10. The company is expected to announce the P10 flagship phone in a little over a week at the MWC trade show in Barcelona.
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 Reveals the Alcatel Idol 5
Documents recently published to the FCC web site show what is likely the Alcatel Idol 5, which has not yet been formally announced by TCL. A device with the model name 6058 was cleared by the FCC for operation in the U.S.
FCC Shines Light On Unannounced Flip Phone for Jitterbug
Documents on the FCC web site have revealed an unannounced flip phone for Jitterbug. The Jitterbug Flip, as it is referred to in FCC documents, was manufactured by Alcatel OneTouch and includes two screens and a rather basic set of features.
Looks beat up already.
That's how Motorola works, I hate them, I wish they would focus on making a phone that works and not m...