Tag Archives: FCC

Motorola Moto G7 passes FCC, it’s closer to launch than expected

Even though it seems a bit too early for the Moto G7 to be coming around, Motorola might think otherwise as an FCC filing just came in, hinting of a nearing launch. After all, the Moto G6 series have been announced earlier this year. We could also potentially see the next mid-rangers as early as January or February. It’s all ... Read More »

Moto C2 Spotted on FCC, Tipped to Be Company’s First Android Oreo (Go Edition) Phone

After rumours of Motorola’s new Android One-based smartphone expected to arrive soon, fresh reports are coming in that suggest the Lenovo-owned phone manufacturer might also be working on a smartphone that runs Google’s Android Oreo (Go edition), targeted towards budget smartphones. Dubbed the Moto C2, this smartphone is expected to be the most affordable smartphone in the brand’s lineup with features like ... Read More »

Moto XT1920 pops up on FCC, looks like an Android Go phone

  Motorola is preparing the One Power device that should arrive as the successor of the Moto X4 with Stock Android. According to a listing by FCC, the company is also preparing a phone with Android Oreo: Go Edition that has a model name XT1920. Of course, this might be a standard low-end device, but the phone is listed with ... Read More »

Nokia 1 Purportedly Leaked via US FCC Listing, Said to Be Smaller Than Nokia 2

HIGHLIGHTS The listing suggests dimensions more compact than Nokia 2 The phone is shown to have a 3.5mm headphone jack A 16:9 aspect ratio is expected on the listed phone A new HMD Global smartphone with codename TA-1056 has been spotted on the US FCC website. This phone could possibly be the Nokia 1, which was leaked recently. Images showing the design of the device revealed ... Read More »

THE FCC SAYS NET NEUTRALITY CRIPPLES INVESTMENT. THAT’S NOT TRUE

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION Chair Ajit Pai saysthe agency’s net-neutrality rules are discouraging investment, leaving consumers with fewer, and less robust, choices for internet service, and potentially widening the digital divide. Broadband providers’ own financial reports tell a different story. In its proposal to repeal the rules, which were enacted in 2015, the FCC cites industry-funded studies concluding that investment in internet infrastructure declined 3 ... Read More »

Huawei P10 gets FCC certification, battery capacity revealed

Huawei announced that we should expect Huawei P10 at MWC on February 26. Less than two weeks before the official unveiling the device, named VTR-L29, got certified by the Federal Communications Commission of the US. From a document we see Huawei Technologies got a certification for a phone that operates on 15 bands. We also have confirmation on the battery ... Read More »

Moto G5 clears FCC with 3,000mAh battery

The Motorola Moto G5 and G5 Plus are seemingly set for a Barcelona unveiling next month, but oddly it’s been just the Plus version that’s been the star in recent rumors. Well, it’s the non-Plus that’s stopped by the FCC, for a change. Moto G4 The US telecom regulator has given it the green light, and even if it’s typically ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy J3 (2017) now clears FCC

Around a week after it was spotted on benchmarking website Geekbench, the Samsung SM-J327P – which is said to be the Galaxy J3 (2017) – has been certified by the FCC in the United States. The model carries an FCC ID of A3LSMJ327P. Specs-wise, from what all has been revealed so far, the SM-J327P is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 430 ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy C9 gets FCC certification, packs a 4,000mAh battery

The Samsung Galaxy C9 has been popping up here and there over the past couple of months, and at this point its release is simply a matter of ‘when’ and not ‘if’. We’ve had a GeekBench and an Antutu listing, plus a Zauba import entry, and those have given us the key specs – 6-inch FullHD display, Snapdragon 652 chipset, ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy On5 (2016) passes through FCC

The SM-G5700, which was spotted on Zauba late last month and is alleged to be the 2016 iteration of Samsung’s Galaxy On5 (SM-G550) smartphone from last year, has been certified by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), suggesting that it could be launched sooner than later. For those who aren’t aware, the device has already been spotted on benchmarking websiteGeekbench, ... Read More »