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Dell Venue Pro gets FCC certification -- with AT&T 3G

Chris Ziegler
12.16.10
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If we had a dollar for every time we heard someone lament, "if only the Venue Pro worked on AT&T," we'd have... like, 30 dollars. At least! It's on that note that we bring news to you this evening of a new Venue Pro variant in the FCC's archives sporting WCDMA Band II and V support, which is exactly what you'd need to get fancy on the 3G networks of AT&T, Rogers, Bell, or Telus. Now, we do want to caution everyone that Dell has a track record of getting FCC approval for devices that never hit the market -- take the AWS-capable Streak, for instance -- but this is an interesting development to say the least. 'Course, at this point, we'll be happy getting even one kind of Venue Pro shipped in volume, much less two -- but it's something to keep an eye out for.

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