Sony Xperia S visits FCC wearing AT&T's 3G bands
support for AT&T's 3G bands. Also on the device is support for Bluetooth 2.0, NFC, WiFi b/g/n, GPS and ANT+.
Just because the Sony Xperia S supports AT&T's 3G bands doesn't mean that it will definitely be joining the carrier's Android lineup. But it does mean that AT&T customers can import the model to the States (paying the off-contract, of course). On the other hand, you can always sit back and see if the unit gets picked up by AT&T officially which would give you the opportunity to pay the subsidized price, assuming you have an upgrade to spare.
source: FCC via AndroidandMe
1. LoneShaolin posted on 28 Jan 2012, 12:47 3 0
Not bad at all. Especially since I like the translucent bar.
2. roscuthiii posted on 28 Jan 2012, 13:08 0 0
Hope to see an Xperia S variant pass through the FCC with more than just those bands supported.
3. deepinsideyourmom posted on 28 Jan 2012, 13:44 0 0
2.3.5 no this needs ICS out of the box, no LTE either if it wasn't for the HD screen this phone would be DOA, but I still love Sony's hardware. Alan tell your Mom I said hi.
4. networkdood posted on 28 Jan 2012, 16:51 0 0
They are getting the SONY ION - so, why would AT&T pick up this model....no LTE.
5. solidsnakeduds013 posted on 28 Jan 2012, 20:26 0 0
More and more phones for AT&T dam I sure wish I was on that carrier to get all those phones
6. daniel_bargs posted on 29 Jan 2012, 07:23 0 0
i like Xperia S more than Xperia ion... i like the transparent part and dirt-repelling body. outstanding design.