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HTC phone hits FCC, has Verizon band support

Discussion in 'Verizon' started by wonderbread, Feb 9, 2010.

  1. wonderbread

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  2. Covert_Death

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    lol how do you people find these FCC filings they are hard to look through for me, i get bored
     
  3. drhill

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    Really wonderbread. Either you have a RSS feed setup or you are stalking the FCC. ;)
    Good to know, thanks for the good eyes.
     
  4. kyler13

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  5. spartan141

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    Plz let it be N1
     
  6. drhill

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    Didn't the N1 FCC label come out as being submitted by Google?
     
  7. kyler13

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    HTC was the applicant for FCC approval of the Nexus One.
     
  8. drhill

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    Well then. I've got nothing, other than it the number didn't fall in line with the TMobile N1 or the suspected AT&T/Canadian N1.
     
  9. bigdroid

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    Is it the FCC approval for the HTC Incredible?
     
  10. wonderbread

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    I would be doubtful of that. N1 has a 1400mAh battery and this new one has a 1300mAh according to the paperwork.
    Could be. The FCC label for this one has a narrower but longer label than the N1. These labels typically go under the battery compartment on the back of the phone so if you think the battery profile for a pictured phone looks narrower and longer than the N1, that might be a clue.
     
  11. mcbtrain929

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    if the incredible has a smaller battery than the n1, AND has to run sense on top of it, that can't be good news for battery life, and i might go with the n1.
     
  12. kennyidaho

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    Take a guess
    The confidentiality request for external photos and other blah blah crap is requested until August 6th 2010. That's a ways off.
     
  13. kyler13

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    That doesn't correspond in any way with a release date. They usually request confidentiality a good several months out to cover any release.
     
  14. kennyidaho

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    That's what I was kind of thinking when I stepped away from the computer. They probably request the longest period of time possible. I have a feeling though that this is not the Nexus One; could be wrong though because you would think the Nexus One would have already hit the FCC if it was going be released by the end of March.
     
  15. kyler13

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    I think 6 months is the maximum you can request for confidentiality. Not sure where I heard that. With respect to timeframe for approval-to-release, while Verizon has a 4-5 week lead time, let's not forget the N1 is Google's phone. The T-Mobile Nexus One was approved about 3 weeks prior to release.
     
  16. Mykpfsu

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    They do. The Nexus One photos are still confidential (at the FCC) I believe even though the phone has been out for a month.
     

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