FCC Outs Huawei M920, an LTE Phone for MetroPCS
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Jan 6, 2012, 8:42 AM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Jan 6, 2012, 9:20 AM
The Federal Communications Commission recently approved the Huawei M920. Based on the spectrum support listed by the FCC, the M920 supports LTE in the 1700/1900MHz bands, which earmarks it for MetroPCS. This is Huawei's first LTE handset for the U.S. market. The M920 also includes tri-band CDMA support. Huawei hasn't yet released more details about this device.
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