A 7-inch tablet from Lenovo called the IdeaTab A2107A made an appearance on the FCC today. The device sports a 7-inch 1024×600 display, 1GHz Mediatek MT6620P processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB / 16GB of storage, front (0.3MP) and rear (2MP) cameras and a 3700mAh battery. The A2107A does not offer support for wireless cellular networks – it’s WiFi-only. FCC filings do not indicate what version of Android the A2107A will run.
No word on pricing or a release date for the A2107A.
Check out the full gallery of FCC internal and external photos below.
HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE gets an FCC teardown with wireless charging battery cover, extended battery
HTC’s Droid Incredible 4G LTE was released by Verizon back in July, adding an LTE device to HTC’s popular Incredible line. Now, thanks to the FCC, we get to take a look inside the Incredible 4G LTE, as well as a glimpse at the device’s wireless charging extended battery.
In addition to internal photos of the Incredible 4G LTE, we also get a glimpse at HTC’s wireless charging battery cover, also known as the BR C830. The wireless charger works just like a Powermat charger, easily charging the Incredible 4G LTE once the device is placed on top of the charging mat.
Check out the full gallery of Droid Incredible 4G LTE pictures in the gallery below.
Various versions of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 have hit the FCC since the device launched last year. Recently, internal photos of Samsung’s CDMA LTE version of the device were released, giving us a look inside yet another one of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablets.
Internal photos of the device show a familiar NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor as well as flash memory from Sandisk and SDRAM from Samsung. Check out the gallery below for more pics of the device.
Jawbone’s Jambox products offer big sound in a compact, portable package. The company’s Big Jambox is the second addition to the Jambox line, offering more power, longer battery life in a slightly bigger package.
Thanks to the FCC we now get a look inside the Big Jambox. Beneath the device’s mesh exterior is a Bluetooth processor from CSR and a 2500mAh battery. Interestingly, some of the Big Jambox’s components refer to the device as the Jamberry, a possible code name or alternative name for the Big Jambox. Check out the full teardown gallery below.
When you think about it, touchscreens are an awful idea that guarantees your large, glossy smartphone display will soon be covered in greasy, cloudy fingerprints. That’s why we were intrigued with Sony’s Xperia sola Android smartphone. The device features Sony’s Floating Touch technology which allows users to open web links without touching the screen. Floating Touch isn’t fully integrated into the device’s interface yet, so you will still need to do some screen smudging, but it is a nice step towards cleaner screens.
Today, the sola hit the FCC and got torn down in the process. The somewhat blurry FCC internal photos show the device’s mainboard and display being taken apart, although we don’t see enough to get a better understanding of how Floating Touch operates.
Check out the full gallery of FCC photos, below.
Sony’s Xperia P made an appearance on the FCC today, getting pictured and torndown in the process. Internal photos of the Xperia P give us a good look at the device’s main board, as well as the device’s odd, clear antenna, above. As you can see, the antenna is actually enclosed within a clear band near the bottom of the device.
Test reports show that the Xperia P won FCC approval for GSM bands 850 and 1900, as well as WCDMA bands II and V. This means that the Xperia P will work on AT&T’s bands in the US and may be launched by the carrier. You can also view the Xperia P’s user manual here.