Research In Motion’s BlackBerry Curve 9300 appears on the FCC
Two devices from Research In Motion made an appearance on the FCC today, above. Known as the RDA71UW and RDB71UW, these devices appear to be two versions of the highly anticipated BlackBerry Curve 9300.
Label pics, below, confirm that these devices are indeed part of BlackBerry’s Curve product line. Additionally, test reports for the devices show support for 802.11n. Currently, the Curve 9300 is the only device in RIM’s Curve lineup that supports 802.11n WiFi.
Both the RDA71UW and RDB71UW support GSM/EDGE 850 and 1900 bands, as well as WCDMA bands II and V. However, the RDB71UW offers support for AWS 1700, a good indication that this device will launch on T-Mobile in the United States.
We still don’t have pricing or a release date for the Curve 9300, but today’s FCC filings by RIM suggest that we should be hearing more soon.