An unidentified device from HTC called the PB92300 made its way through the FCC today. Not much is known about the device, although Test Reports do confirm support for GSM/EDGE 850 and 1900 bands, WiFi, Bluetooth and front and rear facing cameras. Also notable is the device’s bright yellow label, above. We’re working to identify this device, and will keep you up to date as we learn more.
HTC’s Vision slider made an appearance on the FCC today with support for AT&T’s WCDMA bands. The T-Mobile USA version of the device, known as the G2, already appeared on the FCC back in August, and today’s filing shows HTC’s effort to bring the G2 aka Vision to a broader audience.
Unfortunately, FCC documents do not reveal anything new, but we’ll keep you updated as we learn more.
HTC passed the PD29110 through the FCC late today. The device features GSM 850/1900, as well as support for WCDMA band IV. This is good news for Windows Phone 7 fans on T-Mobile, since support for WCDMA band IV is a good sign that the device will make its way to T-Mobile USA.
FCC documents show that the device will sport front and rear facing cameras, along with single band 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth.
Microsoft is expected to announce its lineup of Windows Phone 7 phones soon, and we’ll keep an eye out for the PD29110.
HTC passed a new smartphone called known as the PC10110 through the FCC today. HTC’s filings indicate that the device will support GSM 850 and 1900, however there is no mention of 3G support in FCC documents. The PC10110 will also feature 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth.
We also found an antenna location pic of the device, above, along with a standard label pic, below. We still don’t know that marketing name of the PC10110, but we’ll update you as we learn more.
Developing: HTC just passed a phone called the PC10100 through the FCC. We don’t have any pics of the device, but we do know that the PC10100 will support HSPA+ on the 1700 MHz frequency, below. That’s the same frequency T-Mobile USA is using for their HSPA+ network, so we’re guessing that the PC10100 is the HTC Vision QWERTY slider. Leaked pics of the Vision have already popped up on the net, and it’s expected that T-Mobile will launch the device at their launch event on September 15th in London.
My, it has been a busy Friday for HTC. Earlier today, the company released an early build of the Froyo update for the HTC EVO 4G through a download link on HTC’s website. However, HTC quickly killed the download link, apparently because this Froyo update was not final.
While HTC’s link to the Froyo update is now dead, you can still download the update from a number of mirrors online, like this one. Again, update with this ROM at your own risk – it’s not final.
This update brings a number of new features, including the ability to use the EVO’s camera LED as a flashlight, the ability to use the LED flash with the video camera, Flash 10.1 support, and the ability to share applications.
If you don’t want to test the waters with this update, you can just wait until Tuesday, when the official Froyo update from HTC will go live.
Source: Android Police