Mysterious HTC smartphone for Verizon pops up at the FCC


As we were taking our daily stroll through the FCC's database, we came across a new HTC smartphone. It is a handset shrouded in mystery, as is usually the case with gadgets submitted to the commission – we don't have any pictures, we don't have any specs, and we can only guess which HTC model we're dealing with. We do, however, have enough clues to assume that the device is Verizon-bound.

First of all, this HTC phone bears the 0PM9310 model name and SKU HTCD200LVWPP. The VW suffix in the SKU is a clear hint as to where the device is headed, but that's far from all the evidence. Documents indicate that the phone is compatible with CDMA2000 networks, such as Verizon's. Also, it supports LTE on bands 5, 7, 2, 4, and 13, of which the last three are in use by Big Red. One last clue we can extract from the papers is that the phone has a non-removable back cover. 

That's pretty much all the information we have about the HTC 0PM9310 at this point. If the phone is meant to see the light of day, an official announcement should come sooner than later.

source: FCC

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5 Comments

1. carlemillward unregistered

First HTC Aero for AT&T exclusive now Verizon, c'mon HTC, don't do this!

2. cooxchie

Posts: 5; Member since: Feb 22, 2015

Nobody said it was an exclusive...

3. mattob2443

Posts: 6; Member since: Jan 12, 2015

Sorry to ruin the day but the last two letters in the sku have a "pp" which in terms of Verizon means this device is going to probably compete with the new moto e and Samsung Galaxy j1 on Verizon prepaid. It already has the desire look from the outline. This is far from aero

4. Tokuku56

Posts: 11; Member since: Jan 04, 2014

Is it the desire 626?

5. khelgar_i

Posts: 15; Member since: Apr 06, 2015

Not another phablet i hope.

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