LG GW910 Windows Phone 7 Device Clears FCC
Aug 23, 2010, 12:13 PM by Philip Berne
The FCC has lifted some confidentiality on the LG GW910, a smartphone that will apparently run Windows Phone 7. The device uses the buttons required by Microsoft for the Windows Phone 7 chassis spec. The device has been cleared for 3G radio support on AT&T's frequencies, though, inexplicably, the FCC testing does not mention Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. While the posted user manual talks about LG's S-Class user interface, user manuals posted to the FCC site are often exemplars, and do not always correspond to the final, shipping device.
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.
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.
FCC Reveals Blu Vivo XL2
Documents spotted on the FCC web site show off an unannounced phone from Blu called the Vivo XL2. According to the FCC, the XL2 includes support for similar radio bands to the Blu Vivo XL.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Approved by FCC
The FCC today approved a new high-end Samsung phone that is almost certainly the company's forthcoming Note 8 flagship phone. If Samsung chooses a new branding for its Note series, this phone will be the spiritual successor to the ill-fated Note7.