It is no surprise that BlackBerry is pushing out their largest device to date, the BlackBerry Z30 has landed at the FCC for review. The Z30 has shown up at the FCC in two variations, the L6ARFY110LW and L6ARFW120LW. The Z30 will support (GSM/EDGE 850/1900, WCDMA/HSDPA Bands (FDD II, V), LTE Bands (FDD 4, 5) is […]
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., BELLEVUE, Wash. & TOKYO (BUSINESS WIRE), July 05, 2013 – The Federal Communications Commission announced today that it has voted unanimously to approve the applications filed by SoftBank (TSE: 9984), Sprint (NYSE: S) and Clearwire (NASDAQ: CLWR) related to their transactions announced last year. This decision completes all Federal government reviews of […]
Back at BlackBerry Live we had the chance to take a look at the BlackBerry Q5 for the first time, now that very same device has landed at the FCC rocking an AT&T compatible 3G radio. This could mean that the BlackBerry Q5 is headed to the US and Canada. Only time will till on […]
The BlackBerry Q10 has landed at the FCC! With the launch in Canada coming up fast (April 30th). So it is really no surprise that we now see the BlackBerry Q10 at the FCC. I suspect that we will see the US launch of the BlackBerry Q10 at the end of May. Be sure to […]
Well, well, well, the FCC has passed the Verizon branded BlackBerry Z10, The BlackBerry Z10 model STL100-4 has gotten the go ahead from the FCC so we could be on track for a March release. This CDMA model rocks Verizon’s LTE band, at this time there is still no word on a Sprint version ( […]
Just the other day we saw the Blackberry 10 ”L-series” BlackBerry Z10 to pass through the FCC, now there is a Mysterious BlackBerry 10 model RFH121LW over at the FCC. The Mysterious BlackBerry 10 model RFH121LW currently at the FCC does not have much information to go on at this time. There are no images, or specs […]
Finally Research in Motion has allowed the Blackberry 10 ”L-series” BlackBerry Z10 to pass through the FCC, there is only one model of this device, presumably the GSM and 4G LTE(T-Mobile, and AT&T), RFF91LW and it seems that the international frequencies of the devices have been included as well.
FCC RELEASES NEW “SMARTPHONE SECURITY CHECKER” TO HELP CONSUMERS PROTECT – MOBILE DEVICES THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission today announced the availability of the online Smartphone Security Checker, just in time for the holiday season. BlackBerry is one of the contributors to the development of the online tool, which provides consumers with steps they can take to help protect their mobile devices from security threats.
The BlackBerry Curve 9310/9320 has stopped by the FCC for inspection. We already know that the BlackBerry Curve 9320 and BlackBerry Curve 9220 has been released in India, and apparently it may be on the way to the US. The BlackBerry Curve 9310/9320 carry FCC IDs L6AREY20CW and L6ARFD30CW.
The LTE BlackBerry PlayBook has recently received FCC approval. The Federal Communications Commission website does not go into too much detail but does suggest that the PlayBook supports Wi-Fi and LTE at this time. Of course Bluetooth and NFC were both mentioned in the documents.
We have seen tons of devices get the break down treatment from the FCC, But when it comes to the BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9981 We have not seen any until now…. The $2000 BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9981 (Bold 9900) has bee tore up by the FCC!
Porsche Design Blackberry P’9981 Makes Its Way Through The FCC, Has Bands With Support For The AT&T Network
Looks like the P’9981 Porsche phone will be sold at At&T. At least if you put two and two together. Specfically it has GSM 850/1900 and WCDMA bands II and V, which At&t does as well.
The first ever all touch Curve had landed at the FCC! The BlackBerry Curve 9380 is shown on myriad charts and graphs that the device supports WCDMA band IV, meaning that you will be able to use it on T-Mobile’s network. I cant wait to try this device on for size! Hit the break for […]
This is a great way to start a Friday off, a mysterious BlackBerry has shown up at the FCC! As of right now there is very little information regarding this BlackBerry. We do know that it will ship with BlackBerry 7, and is using AT&T’s 3G network (850 / 1900), and the is all we […]
With both devices launching very soon, they had to take a turn going through the FCC. You can check out the FCC filing here. Unlike the new Torchs, both these Curves will have NFC. What’s the latest OS7 device specs? Hit the break for the details
The Federal Communications Commission is planning to allow users to text and send multimedia messages to 911 emergency call centers. Chairman of the FCC, Julius Genachowski, stated that the while it would seem improbable that America’s emergency response system is not already caught up with mobile technology. In September, the FCC will propose rules that will […]
The BlackBerry Bold gets torn apart by the FCC! If you have a weak stomach we advise you to get a barf bag ready before you proceed with the PDF below. The documents were sent over to the FCC by RIM and are currently not posted on RIM’s website.
With all these new Blackberries coming out, one would think they would all have the same OS7 and NFC. Maybe assumed would be a better choice of words. The Blackberry Bold 9900/9930 FCC filing clearly lists NFC as being one of the specs on the phone. But when you look at the filings of Blackberry […]
Research in Motion has allowed the Blackberry Torch 9860 to pass through the FCC, and it has some nice features within, there are three models of this device, presumably the CDMA(Verizon & Sprint) versions, and the GSM (T-Mobile, and AT&T), RDH71CW / RDP71UW / RDQ71UW, and it seems that the frequencies of the devices have been […]