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Verizon's HTC Whitestone garners FCC approval

Chris Ziegler
08.19.09
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HTC's making some serious moves in North America at the moment -- not to say that's necessarily anything new -- and the Touch Diamond2 and Pro2 are both getting love from every angle. That's a good thing, we figure -- and the parade of high-end Windows Mobile hardware continues with the Whitestone, a presumed Diamond2 variant with a 3.6-inch WVGA display and 5 megapixel cam. Test documents confirm that it's CDMA / EV-DO, though we're not seeing any evidence of GSM; that doesn't necessarily mean it's not there since the FCC doesn't care to test non-US bands, but we definitely expected to see a full report on EDGE 850 / 1900. Now that the approval's in, Verizon, it's your move -- let's get the ball rolling, shall we?

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