FCC Spills Details on iDEN-Based Motorola QWERTY Phone
Documents seen on the Federal Communications Commission web site provide details about an unannounced bar-style QWERTY phone from Motorola. The device, referred to as both the i475 and i235 by the FCC, includes push-to-talk, an FM radio, camera, speakerphone, Bluetooth, and a 2.5mm headset jack. Motorola hasn't announced this handset, and neither have any of Motorola's iDEN partners. Availability and pricing are unknown.
Video Tour: Motorola Clutch i475
The Motorola Clutch i475 brings a QWERTY keyboard to Boost Mobile's iDEN-based push-to-talk feature phone lineup.
Huawei P10 Revealed by FCC
Feb 16, 2017
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.
FCC Shines Light On Unannounced Flip Phone for Jitterbug
Jan 11, 2016
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.
FCC Reveals the Alcatel Idol 5
Aug 2, 2017
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 Approves Freetel Handset for Cricket
Jan 30, 2018
A handset made by Freetel, a Japanese company, was recently approved by the FCC for Cricket Wireless. Documents on the FCC web site detail a smartphone called the Cricket Wave, though the phone is manufactured by Freetel.
This question comes up many times. IDEN still needs to have an assortment of devices while it is in operation. There are a percentage of subs that do not want to part with the Direct Connect that Nextel is noted for. Many are due for upgrades...
Just kill i-Den already. It's days are numbered.
Because it's the best push to talk on the market? Because millions still use it? Is any of this getting through?