Will AT&T be the place where Legends are born?

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Will AT&T be the place where Legends are born?
From all appearances, it was just another phone getting a perusal by the FCC prior to being sold. But the FCC label apparently matches the one on the inside of the HTC Legend.  What else can we discern from the filing? How about the radio frequencies? The FCC filing says the phone might end up with a carrier that supports the 850 and 1900 MHz WCDMA bands. This limits the potential carriers receiving the HTC Legend in North America to AT&T in the U.S. and Telus, Bell and Rogers up north. Adding to the circumstantial evidence is the similarities in the FCC's ID numbers. The first time through the FCC, the number was PB76100 and the new filing number is PB76110. Put this all together and it looks like a living legend is AT&T bound.

HTC Legend Specifications | Review

source: FCC via EngadgetMobile





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