FCC Approves BlackBerry Curve 8910
Today documents on the FCC web site revealed an unannounced BlackBerry device. The FCC ID number of this device matches a BlackBerry that the Bluetooth SIG identifies as the Curve 8910. The Curve 8910 has quad-band GSM/EDGE radios and Bluetooth. Based on the label diagram, it is a monoblock device with camera. No other details were divulged by the FCC.
Nov 13, 2019
The unannounced new Motorola RAZR with a foldable display has been revealed in public documents for its FCC approval. Photos in the documents match previous leaks, including a very tall, narrow screen that folds in half, inside a body very much like the original RAZR, including a "chin" at the bottom.
Sep 3, 2019
The FCC today approved four new Google Pixel phones, two of which seem US-bound, both of which include short-range 60 GHz radios, commonly used for the technology known as WiGig, Wireless Display, or 802.11ad. WiGig is fast enough to send 4K video or real-time VR wirelessly.
Apr 22, 2020
The Motorola edge+ is the company's first truly top-end phone in several years. It will be exclusive to Verizon in the US and go on sale May 14th.
Jan 6, 2020
The Bluetooth SIG today announced Bluetooth LE Audio, a new part of the Bluetooth standard designed to replace all previous audio profiles, which will now be referred to as "Classic Audio". LE Audio uses the Bluetooth LE radio, a version of Bluetooth optimized for low power consumption.
Here is the thing that boggles me
We had the 8100 then got the GPS variant 8110.
The 8900 has GPS!
So what does the xx10 stand for.
I was led to believe by my Blackberry rep that:
xx00 base model
xx10 + GPS
xx20 + WIFI
xx30 = cdma
I do not think I know all, so if someone has more knowledge than me and is able to share it with out being a condisending jerk ( thats what allot of people tend to do ) please help me.
I think it's funny that the 8900 has BOTH GPS and WiFi. I think this version will most likely have the trackpad instead of the trackball.
i dont see the point..
why are people so excited over a rough draft device?
Yea Yea Yea!