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New HTC FCC filing but probably not the Bravo


  1. Sasquatch

    Sasquatch Well-Known Member

  2. wonderbread

    wonderbread Well-Known Member

    Ok, some light to shed on why there were two phones mentioned in the test report:
    It seems as though they are making the phone with two different LCD panels. The first thing that came to mind is that they will have an option for OLED vs. lower priced LCD but I don't think that is the intention. I believe there will be only one phone with one price but that they are using two different OLED suppliers due to shortages. They have to test the phone with both panels to measure the emissions. Strange that they list two cameras as well though. Who knows.

    p.s. If T-mobile is getting this phone, which the frequencies support, it will be pretty crazy. They will have the two 4.3" smartphones on the market, the HD2 running WinMo and Supersonic running Android :eek:
  3. Sasquatch

    Sasquatch Well-Known Member

    Those "ROAMING" and "NO SERVICE" messages ought to look great on those high resolution displays.
  4. Three

    Three Well-Known Member

    Looks like HTC is pop'n them out this quarter. My question though, how is this information located manually? When I go to the FCC website and do a search for the model numbers (N1, new N1 and whatever else just came up, I get nothing)
  5. wonderbread

    wonderbread Well-Known Member

    Hold up, couldn't this just be the HD2 for T-mobile (U.S.)?
  6. RXWatcher

    RXWatcher Member

  7. kyler13

    kyler13 Well-Known Member

    Awesome. :D
  8. Mykpfsu

    Mykpfsu Well-Known Member

    Isnt the Supersonic a Wimax device which would mean Sprint? The HD2 is great, if you dont have to use any of the unmodded Winmo parts of it.
  9. Three

    Three Well-Known Member

  10. vzw+google+htc=:)

    vzw+google+htc=:) Well-Known Member

    Here fcc label for nexusone(pb99100), pb99110(1/29/2010), and the pb81120(2/4/2010

    looks like the PB81120 has no marking for sd card or sim. The label is smaller 51mm v 57mm

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  11. vzw+google+htc=:)

    vzw+google+htc=:) Well-Known Member

  12. wonderbread

    wonderbread Well-Known Member

  13. clb

    clb Well-Known Member

    Great find wonderbread! Thanks
  14. Sasquatch

    Sasquatch Well-Known Member

  15. wonderbread

    wonderbread Well-Known Member

    Thanks.
    Yeah, actually reports are pegging the Legend battery at 1300mAh, so this could be the Legend. On the other hand, N1 battery is only 1400mAh so 1300 doesn't necessarily rule out a beefier phone like the Incredible.
  16. Sasquatch

    Sasquatch Well-Known Member

    As I was just reminded in another forum, the specs for Legend that we've seen so far aren't for VZW...so....what the heck is this thing then? Maybe a CDMA Legend-like phone we haven't seen?
  17. wonderbread

    wonderbread Well-Known Member

    Anyone have a link to the Sprint Hero FCC filing? I am wondering if Sprint uses CDMA and EV-DO. If so, it would make sense that Sprint gets the new Hero since they were among the first to get the original Hero.

    Evidence to the contrary of that theory is that Sprint ONLY uses the 1900 band where as VZW uses 1900 AND 800-900. PB31200 supports 1900 and 850 so I'd say this is evidence for it being a VZW phone.

    Edit: Sprint hero FCC filing tests the 850 band also so they can't be distinguished by which one tests that band.
  18. vzw+google+htc=:)

    vzw+google+htc=:) Well-Known Member


    look how big the label is Nexus one at 54.35 length and this new one at 64.8

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  19. tdub88

    tdub88 Well-Known Member

    I don't think FCC label size really means very much.

    But I guess it's fun to speculate the angle from the grassy knoll.
  20. cdmta

    cdmta Well-Known Member

  21. Sasquatch

    Sasquatch Well-Known Member

  22. wonderbread

    wonderbread Well-Known Member

    It's longer but not wider. The N1 is 47 across while the new on is 39 which actually amounts to about the same surface area for each.

    Well, maybe not the actual size but these labels almost always go under the battery so if you can match the shape of the label to the back of a new phone you might be able to deduce which phone the filing is for. The Incredible certainly has a unique back to it. Also worthy to note, that if the pictures we see of the final product do NOT have the FCC label on them, then it is under the battery which means the battery is removable.
    Good find. The "Report DTS" (page 6) does test the 850 and 1900 bands so we can't confirm VZW. Also, if you look at the operating frequency listed in that Sprint Hero filing and the operating frequency listed in the PB31200 filing, they are the same: 842.7MHz - 848.3MHz. The Eris on the other hand had multiple operating frequencies. Not sure if that is enough to confirm Sprint. I'm sure there's something conclusive in that test report that reveals the carrier but it might take a carrier tech to recognize it.
  23. vzw+google+htc=:)

    vzw+google+htc=:) Well-Known Member

    The Eris tests were done with CDMA2000. I am leaning towards it going to Sprint. I looked closer and 2 different labs did the testing. Maybe this is the difference. Hopefully going to Verizon
  24. clb

    clb Well-Known Member

    So far the only phone rumored for Sprint is the Supersonic right? I hope there's still a chance that this could be for Verizon, but knowing my luck and the luck of everyone on this forum who has been waiting, don't want to get my hopes up just to be crushed again.

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