HTC PB31200 jumps through the FCC flaunting CDMA bands

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HTC PB31200 jumps through the FCC flaunting CDMA bands
Trucking along without a decent sounding codename, the HTC PB31200 made its way though the FCC today and is looking to sport CDMA/CDMA2000 850/1900 MHz bands. So it basically means that it may make an appearance with either Verizon or Sprint. In addition to the FCC filings, the HTC PB3100 shows that it'll pack 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Other than that, it could be any guess to anyone as to what this may end up becoming – but test reports show that it uses a different battery than what's found on the current GSM version of the Nexus One. One other possibility points it to being the HTC Incredible, but it's only speculations for right now – or it could potentially be some handset that hasn't been revealed just yet. There's no stopping HTC from going all out and attacking the smartphone market after the rain of news surrounding some decent handset offerings.

source: FCC via wireless goodness


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