AT&T bound HTC Titan II and Sony Xperia S caught at the FCC

AT&T bound HTC Titan II and Sony Xperia S caught at the FCC

Two smartphones with AT&T-compatible cellular radios have been caught at the FCC. The first one is Windows Phone-powered HTC Titan II, which rocks both HSPA and LTE connectivity. At the moment I’m writing this, the government paid engineers are still playing with this beast phone, trying out its 16-megapixel camera…

The second device is the Sony Xperia S (not the ion) and it’s not officially announced by AT&T. However, the version of the phone FCC got to play with sings along the carrier’s 3G network, boasting a quad-band UMTS radio that works on 850, 900, 1900 and 2100 MHz frequency bands. In other words, this could easily be the international Xperia S that may or may not be added to AT&T’s portfolio considering the Xperia ion is there to satisfy users’ needs for Sony-branded products. We’ll see… and in the meantime, you can check out FCC’s listing for the two devices from here and here.

[Via: Engadget]

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