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Asus PadFone X mini coming to AT&T?

Asus PadFone X mini at FCC

Looks like the Asus PadFone X won’t be the last PadFone AT&T will offer. A smaller version of the device has been caught at the FCC and it has all the right radios to sing along AT&T’s 3G and 4G networks. As that’s usually the case, the FCC’s listing is everything but revealing. We do…

Sony Xperia Z3 getting ready for the U.S. market

Sony Xperia Z3 getting ready for the U.S. market

Sony-made device marked as D6603 has cleared the FCC and we tend to think this is the upcoming Xperia Z3. The phone’s listing with the Commission is everything but revealing though we do (think we) know what this unit will be all about. If we can take earlier rumors for something, the Z3 will be…

NVIDIA Shield 2 caught at the FCC?

NVIDIA Shield 2 caught at the FCC?

What you can see here could easily be the NVIDIA Shield 2, which has just recently popped-up at the FCC. A device marked as P2570 will build on top of its predecessor, which BTW was marked as P2450. So yes, this could be a real deal… And it’s not like this is the first time…

Verizon’s LG G Pro 2 Lite phablet caught at the FCC

Verizon's LG G Pro 2 Lite phablet caught at the FCC

Verizon is apparently looking to add the upcoming LG G Pro 2 Lite to its portfolio with that device getting caught at the FCC. As you would imagine, this is a lower-end version of the G Pro 2, boasting a slightly smaller 5.7-inch screen with 720p HD resolution, 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chip (MSM8926),…

Oppo N1 mini clears the FCC hurdle

Oppo N1 mini clears the FCC hurdle

A new, still unannounced Oppo smartphone has been caught at the FCC, and we tend to believe this could be the earlier rumored N1 mini. Marked as Oppo N5116, it looks very much like the “regular” N1 phablet, but it’s a bit smaller; not too smaller though. Instead of a 5.9-inch full HD screen, this…

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