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Just recently, Microsoft’s new phone model number RM-1090 was spotted in the FCC. Apart from Dual-SIM, the phone sports a qHD display, WLAN, Bluetooth LE, and support for the following telecom frequencies: GSM 850, 900, 1800, 1900; HSUPA/WCDMA900 (Band 8) and HSUPA/WCDMA2100 (Band 1). Interestingly, the Lumia Icon, which was just retired by Verizon, could have found itself a replacement (No…

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The Nokia Lumia 630, under the code name RM-977, has just passed through the FCC, indicating that its not far from launch. It appears the version certified was a single SIM version, suggesting the dual-SIM version will only be sold in some regions. The handset is expected to be one of the first Windows Phone 8.1 handsets, and will be…

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Samsung’s new higher end Windows Phone can not be too far from market, as the device has just won FCC approval. The handset, which either has a 5 inch 1080P screen or a 4.3 inch 720P one, and then also a Quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, is heading for Verizon. Samsung was kind enough to include some scale in their diagram…

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Nokia’s mid-range phablet, the Nokia Lumia 1320, has just passed through the FCC. The handset with its 6 inch screen will be hitting the market somewhat later than the Nokia Lumia 1520, and features somewhat downgraded specs, but retains the massive-sized screen, though in a 720p rather than 1080p version, and a dual-core rather than quadcore processor, and will presumably…

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The Nokia Lumia 1520 has just passed through the FCC in two LTE versions, the RM-937 and RM-938. Unfortunately the full documentation for both devices are not available yet, so it is not clear what the differences between the frequency coverage of the devices are or where they are heading, but it is likely one is an international and the…

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Engadget reports that the Samsung SGH-i187 has passed though the FCC with AT&T-compatible GSM, HSDPA and LTE frequencies enabled. The handset appears to be a Windows Phone, according GFXBench, running on the quite powerful Dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor, and with a 720P screen. As quad-core 1080P Windows Phones start arriving the specs marks the device as a more mid-range handset,…

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