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General *SOMETHING* just went through the FCC with Verizon freqs?

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  1. Boondoc

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    https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/eas/GetApplicationAttachment.html?id=1525836
    https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/eas/GetApplicationAttachment.html?id=1525865

    SCH-R730

    i'll be honest, i'm not too up on cdma freqs/technology. but it has most of the same freqs as the Fascinate so i'm guessing that it's the Verizon Function? if they keep that name. No 700mhz LTE freqs so... i guess that rules out it being the 4g slider...

    i'm basing the Verizon part on the fact that it uses AWS CDMA 1700 which is a band/freq that only Verizon uses from what i've read in the last couple of minutes. from what i could see browsing through the SAR report i couldn't find the dimensions of this phone but i'll be honest it was just a quick scan.
     

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    ok so looking further the supposed model# for the 4g slider is sch-i405 so if that's correct, along with i just looked up the Droid Charge in the FCC database and it specifically lists 782mhz (LTE) in the documents seems like it's a wrap for a 4g GS2 on verizon... unless it's some completely other OTHER phone?

    Still interested?
     
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    Anyone know how the patterns to their model numbers? The SCH-i400 is the Continuum. Does the 4xx indicate midrange?
     
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    haven't the slightest clue.

    looks like a false alarm. this looks to be a p.o.s midrange phone.
     
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    No LTE on this phone. Definitely a midrange phone.
     
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    Those links aren't working for me. Could be the proxy here at work, dunno. But AWS/1700Mhz is T-Mobile, not Verizon. Remember that UMTS/HSPA (3G GSM heritage) is a W-CDMA technology, not to be confused with the CDMA2000 system used by Verizon for voice and 3G data.

    Verizon is 800 and 1900MHz CDMA.
     

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