HTC One X+, Sony Xperia T caught at FCC

HTC One X+, Sony Xperia T caught at FCC

Two of the hottest phones, HTC One X+ and Sony Xperia T, have been caught at the FCC getting the paperwork needed to start selling in the U.S. HTC’s baby is perhaps more interesting as it comes with AT&T LTE connectivity support, hinting us who’ll get to carry it. Of course, there’s also the fast Tegra 3 quad-core processor clocked at 1.7GHz.

As for the Sony Xperia T, the version FCC engineers got to play with lacks LTE, but there’s pentaband HSPA+/UMTS meaning both T-Mobile and AT&T could end-up selling it. In addition, we’re pretty confident the Bond phone will be available in the unlocked form through third-party phone retailers.

You can check out the FCC filings for the two phones from here: HTC One X+, Sony Xperia T.

  • Noel

    I was hoping and still hoping to see the One X+ on Tmo but i won’t mind giving the Xperia T a try..looks like a very good device and it will come with JB. Even though i am salivating on most of these devices like the One X+, HTC DIx w/ 1080p HD screen, Xperia T w/ 13MP cam, Note 2, LG Optimus G also w/ 13MP cam…i have my minds eye set on the next Nexus. At this point everything must wait till i see what the new JB Nexus has to offer.

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