We’ve seen Sony’s Xperia Tablet Z at the FCC before – a WiFi version of the device won approval back in March. Today the Xperia Tablet Z made another appearance on the FCC, this time with LTE. According to FCC filings, the Xperia Tablet Z will support LTE band 4. Both T-Mobile and AT&T use LTE band 4 in the United States. However, AT&T also uses LTE band 17, which suggests that this version of the Xperia Tablet Z is headed to T-Mobile USA.
T-Mobile hasn’t yet announced plans for the Tablet Z. The WiFi-only version of the Tablet Z is schedule for release in May.
Sony’s Personal Content Station was unveiled at CES this year, and today the device won FCC approval for its use of dual-band WiFi. The device, pictured above, acts as a central hub for media. Users can wirelessly transfer their media to the Personal Content Station, or transfer files to the device directly via USB connection. The Personal Content Station also supports NFC, allowing users to backup their media by tapping the Personal Content Station with their NFC enabled phone. The device has an HDMI out port as well, allowing users to display their media on a TV.
Sony’s entry level Xperia E made an appearance on the FCC, just shortly after the device was made available for preorder. The phone, which will retail for £138, features a 3.5-inch display, 4GB of storage and 512MB of RAM, and a single core Qualcomm MSM7227A processor.
FCC filings for the Xperia E show that the device won approval for GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900 bands, and WCDMA bands I and VIII. Internal and external photos of the device are also included in Sony’s FCC filing.
Here’s a short video of the AnTuTu Benchmark running on Sony’s recently announced Xperia Z Android smartphone at CES 2013. The Xperia Z (model C6603) runs Android 4.1.2 on a quad-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor with 2GB of RAM.
A new tablet from Sony made the rounds at the FCC today, winning approval for WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC wireless capabilities. The device bears the model number SVJ202A11L, and is part of Sony’s VAIO line of PCs. Test reports for the SVJ202A11L show that the tablet is manufactured by Foxconn in Taiwan.
Sony’s FCC filings did not disclose the marketing name for the SVJ202A11L. Sony’s VAIO Duo Slider already won FCC approval, so it’s possible that the SVJ202A11L is the Sony VAIO Tap 20, which was unveiled last month.
Earlier this week Sony unveiled two new additions to its popular NEX lineup of mirrorless, interchangeable lens digital cameras, the NEX-5R and the NEX-6. Today, both devices showed up on the FCC, thanks to their integrated WiFi features. FCC documents show both internal and external views of the NEX-5R and NEX-6, as well as the manual for both cameras.